kf95 mask, Cotton said the true number of deaths and infections are most likely higher due to the Chinese Communist Party’s history of covering up or minimizing disease outbreaks, as it did with the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) illness in 2003. Five coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the U.S., and several other countries have reported infections, as well. Additionally, 110 people in the U.S. are under investigation for possible infection. CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP
kf95 mask - United Airlines announced Tuesday it was suspending some flights to China as the virus continues to spread. Screenings at major airports around the country have already begun, and the State Department urged travelers to avoid going to China. The agency issued another advisory for the Hubei province, the capital of which is Wuhan. Other countries have also taken action to mitigate the coronavirus impact. Mongolia closed its vast border with China and Malaysia said it would bar visitors from the Chinese province where the virus first began.
kf95 mask, The U.S. government is urging Americans to cease travel to China; Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips reacts to the latest. United Airlines is suspending some of its flights to China as coronavirus fears have led to a decline in demand for travel to the country. The virus has now killed more than 100 people and sickened thousands of others. CORONAVIRUS HITS TOURISM IN CHINA, JAPAN AND THAILAND 'HARD,' COSTING BILLIONS On Tuesday, the airliner stated that it will be canceling flights from San Francisco International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport in Virginia for the first week of February.
kf95 mask - “Due to a significant decline in demand for travel to China, we are suspending some flights between our hub cities and Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai beginning Feb. 1 through Feb. 8. We will continue to monitor the situation as it develops and will adjust our schedule as needed,” United said a statement to Fox News. United travelers with tickets to Wuhan through March 29 are eligible for refunds — “even for nonrefundable tickets,” the airline writes. (iStock) CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER
kf95 mask - United Airlines, meanwhile, has also expanded its travel waivers to ticketholders scheduled to fly to Beijing, Chengdu or Shanghai before Feb. 29, waiving the change fee for any travel scheduled before that time. United travelers with tickets to Wuhan through March 29 are also eligible for refunds — “even for nonrefundable tickets,” the airline writes. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS News of the cancellations comes a day after the U.S. State Department issued a Level 3 advisory (Reconsider Travel) for China. The department further issued a Level 4 advisory (Do Not Travel) for the entire Hubei province, the capital of which is Wuhan, where the virus is believed to have originated.