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n95 mask new york online, Airline officials hope to contain the viral disease by decreasing personal contact to protect passengers and crew, Reuters reports. China Airlines, Mandarin Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways have all cracked down amid the ongoing outbreak, removing amenities over coronavirus contagion concerns. (Getty Images) On Monday night, China Airlines and its subsidiary Mandarin Airlines eliminated hot foods, blankets, pillows, towels, magazines and newspapers on Hong Kong and cross-strait flights. The carriers also replaced linens with paper towels and will only supply drinks and disposable headphones upon request.

n95 mask new york online - 7,000 PEOPLE HELD ON CRUISE SHIP AFTER PASSENGER DEVELOPS SUSPECTED CORONAVIRUS SYMPTOMS Likewise, Cathay Pacific Airways announced on Wednesday that it has removed hot towels, blankets and magazines from flights to and from mainland China “until further notice.” Thai Airways is also taking sanitation seriously, as officials spray-disinfect the cockpit and passenger cabin from all flights from China, as well as other “high-risk” places. “We have in-flight entertainment, which means the LCD screens are being touched all the time, so we deep-cleanse every flight before departure,” an airline executive revealed on Tuesday.

n95 mask new york online, FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS Over 50 million people remain under a government lockdown in central China, while sports, transport and cultural events have been canceled across the country. There are currently five reported cases of the virus in the United States: two in California, one in Arizona, one in Washington state and one in Illinois, according to health officials. Concerns over the virus' fast-spreading nature have prompted the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to increase staffing at 20 U.S. airports that have quarantine facilities.

n95 mask new york online - On Wednesday, Delta Air Lines announced that the company is reducing the number of flights between the U.S. and China amid the outbreak — though they’re hardly alone in the precaution. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP United Airlines announced Thursday it was suspending more flights to mainland China/Hong Kong. British Airways announced that it was suspending all direct flights to and from mainland China. Lufthansa made a similar announcement, saying that flights were suspended until Feb. 9.

n95 mask new york online - Finnair and Air Canada both announced that they would be scaling back on certain flights to China. Atlantic Airlines has also temporarily suspended flights between Los Angeles and Shanghai and Beijing. Fox News’ David Aaro, Michael Hollan, Michael Bartiromo and the Associated Press contributed to this report.