Following the announcement by President Nayib Bukele of the temporary closure of the runway at El Salvador's "San Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez" International Airport, after an aircraft from Mexico was detected with 12 people infected with Covid-19. The runway is back in operation, according to the country's regulations.
AES El Salvador, in response to the salvadoran government's alert to the advance of the coronavirus, Covid-19, has activated preventive actions to reduce the probability of contagion.
The US president says the next few weeks will be critical in combating the virus and, among the measures he announced to combat the epidemic, are the production of tests.
Faced with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, Avianca announced a reduction of less than 40% in operations, impacting its flights, and the entire aviation industry worldwide. The measure will be applied as of this March.