Guangzhou Airport Grounds Some Flights After Staff Come Down With Covid
What’s new: Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, China’s busiest airport by passenger traffic last year, announced late on Thursday the grounding of domestic passenger flights for two days, after four Covid-19 infections were found among airport staff and their relatives.
The cases were detected during routine daily testing. The government of the South China metropolis, where the airport is based, has since launched mass testing on the majority of its 18.7 million people, and suspended some subway and bus routes to the airport.
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