Coronavirus: International Airports shut down for 30 days

Lagos Airport shut temporarily after mangled corpse was found on runway

The Federal Ministry in charge of aviation will have international airports shut down for 30 days.

International Airports shut down for 30 days

The issue of this viral pandemic outbreak is causing many things to go the wrong way.

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority says the international airport in Lagos. And the one in

Abuja will not receive passengers

Firstly, the case of Coronavirus comes from the Muritala Muhammad international Airport in

Lagos of an Italian man.

The decision to close the airports will curb receive passengers and people from where the

virus has spread.

In addition, NCAA says the suspension will take effect on Monday.

“The head of NCAA says in a memo, “effective Monday 23rd of March Murtala Muhammed

International Airport Lagos.”

And Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja will shut down for all International flights

for a month, in the first instance.”

In the statement, it is not too obvious that it will include cargoes. Some businesses depend

on cargo flight.

Secondly, a Nigeria citizen lament that this suspension is medicine after death.

Another person says, “please for clarity, are cargo flights included in the international flight


In the statement, local flights will still operate within the country with much preventive


In conclusion, Coronavirus started in China, Wuhan especially. The right measure is social

distancing and washing of hands regularly,

more also the closing of international airports shut down for 30 days will help the country

has a whole reduce further exposure to the coronavirus pandemic.

In other news, the Nigerian Celebrity  Seun whom has been said to likely  have coronavirus

after he flew in from the UK to attend the AMVCA last week had earlier today visited the

NCDC center to get tested.

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