Saudi Arabia to Suspend International Flights for Two Weeks


According to State News Agency SPA, citing an official source at the interior ministry, Saudi Arabia has suspended all international flights for two weeks starting tomorrow, March 15 to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The period will be considered as an exceptional official holiday for citizens and residents who are unable to return due to the suspension of flights or if they face quarantine after their return to the Kingdom.
On Friday, 24 new cases of COVID-19 infections were reported in the Kingdom, raising the total to 86.