Communication platforms in Sudan were filled with the story of 40 passengers who arrived at the airport from Libya, and they were placed in a room to make sure that they were free of the Corona virus, but they fled after the exit hall was destroyed.
Nashratkm (1/5/2021) followed the story of their escape, as it was found that they did not meet the necessary health requirements. This incident prompted the users of communication sites to criticize the airport management because of what they described as negligence, and demanded that it tighten security measures to prevent the recurrence of these incidents.
Activists and journalists circulated pictures of the airport terminal after the 40 passengers who did not meet health requirements fled them out of the 258 passengers who were with them on the flight.
The Sudanese Ministry of Health commented on the incident in a post on its Facebook newspaper, in which it said that while the health personnel at the airport were reviewing Corona examination certificates for passengers, they found that there are 40 passengers who do not meet the health requirements, including 13 who do not have an examination, or their examination is unacceptable.
When they received their passports to complete the quarantine and re-examination procedures, a number of them attacked the staff of the quarantine unit at Khartoum International Airport and clashed with their hands, and 14 passengers forcibly withdrawn their passports, and they were stopped by the passport authorities, but they dropped out with the passengers on the next flight and left the airport, and 26 They boarded them by vandalizing, breaking glass doors and windows, and beating the cadres inside the office.
During the procedures to contact the hotel for quarantine, 13 passengers also leaked, as they arrived at the (quarantine) hotel, and the passports of the rest of the passengers were kept.
The Quarantine Department at Khartoum Airport proceeded to take criminal legal measures, open criminal reports, and bring the perpetrators and violators of health controls to justice.
The incident sparked widespread interactions, as the singer Muhammad al-Sheikh said, “Imagine, my faithful brother, passengers who riot at the airport, take off their passports and flee from Khartoum International Airport.
Abdul Rahman Othman tweeted, “Total chaos, what does quarantine mean at the airport? It is necessary to review the entry procedures to the airport and the isolation and examination procedures, they must be before entering the airport and before receiving passports, and therefore no travelers can enter the country without stamping their passports, and thus facilitate access To them in the event of this strange escape. ” Advertising
While the activist Hanim Ismail wrote, “There is no country in which there is no officer and no link. God counted us and yes, the agent. I was ashamed to you, O people of Khartoum Airport.”
Activist Faisal Abdo wrote, “There is no strength or power except with God Almighty, the chaos is here only, because the government is weaker than you can imagine, where is the security? Where are the police? How did they leak out? May God be with you, country.”