Air Niugini instructs overseas offices not to accept passengers without medical clearance certificate

Air Niugini today issued a notice that it will do risk assessment on the outbreak of the Coronavirus in China and report tomorrow.

In the meantime it’s General Manger Corporate Services Dominic Kaumu says based on advice from the health department, they have instructed offices in Hong Kong, Manila and Singapore not to accept passengers originating from China unless they have a medical clearance certificate issued by a certified institution in China.

Passengers have been encouraged to use quarantine set up at these airports.

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