Original title: due to the escalation of the epidemic situation in South Africa, many countries have issued a “no fly” order to South Africa
Royal Dutch Airlines announced that it will stop operating passenger flights to and from South Africa from the 23rd of this month.
On 21 may, novel coronavirus pneumonia issued a statement in Holland. It will suspend passenger flights to Johannesburg and Cape Town due to the escalation of South Africa’s epidemic and the new crown pneumonia variant virus. Affected passengers will enjoy free rescheduling and refund services.
On the same day, the United Arab Emirates also announced that it would impose travel restrictions on some countries, including South Africa, and passengers who have been to South Africa within 10 days will be refused entry. Emirates will also suspend all South African routes in the near future.
The novel coronavirus pneumonia variant virus has been upgraded and many countries and regions such as Germany, France, Saudi Arabia and Hongkong have suspended operations in South Africa. (CCTV reporter Yang Fan)