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Africa’s busiest airport says foreigners can’t disembark

JOHANNESBURG — Anxiety rose in Africa’s richest nation Friday as South Africa said coronavirus cases jumped to 202, the most in the sub-Saharan region, while the continent’s busiest airport said foreigners cannot disembark. State-owned South African Airways suspended all international flights until June. And in a serious risk of local transmission, South Africa said five of its new cases had attended a church gathering of more than 200 people in central Free State province. All had traveled abroad. Authorities were rushing to find other attendees. Another new South Africa case was a health worker who had been in a number of private hospitals. Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport said aircraft with foreigners “wil ...