State television did not mention three missiles that were fired at Dumair military airport, north-east of Damascus, that pro-Iranian Hezbollah's media service reported were also intercepted by Syrian air defences.
Syrian air defence shot down missiles over the central province of Homs late Monday night, the state news agency said on Tuesday (April 17), with the strikes reportedly targeting regime air bases.
According to the Pentagon, US intelligence had established that the base was the launchpad for the alleged chemical attack.
Iranian news agencies also reported missiles being fired toward Shayrat.
Saturday's strike: The US, France and the United Kingdom launched airstrikes against Syrian government targets on Saturday in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack by the government on civilians in Douma city near Damascus.
The apparent attack came days after the US, France and Britain conducted a coordinated missile attack against Syrian government targets.
Defense Secretary Mattis said at the time that no follow-up attacks were planned and that the Pentagon was careful to ensure the safety of Russian troops and Syrian civilians in the area.
There has been speculation that Israel launched the strikes.
Following reports of the missile strikes on April 16, the Israeli military declined to comment.
Israel's main concern in Syria is the growing influence of Iran, which it says supplies weapons to Hezbollah from inside the country.
Following reports of an Israeli strike, an Israeli military spokesman said: "I'm not aware of such an incident".
Syrian government has strongly rejected the allegations as fabrication by the rebels and Western countries to justify a military attack on Syria.