(Minneapolis, MN) -- Hundreds of people at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are looking for a new job after being fired due to the COVID-19 outbreak. OTG Management Midwest, LLC, which manages restaurants at the airport, announced that it laid off 156 permanent employees following the "unprecedented impact" of the coronavirus pandemic. The company says it was forced to close many of its concession operations, causing them to start terminating employees in roles such as cooks, market manager, human resources and others beginning March 16th.