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best masks for pandemic, Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 29 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Delta Airlines announced that it is reducing the number of flights between the U.S. and China. The company stated that the reduction was due to reduced customer demand amid the current coronavirus outbreak. Unlike other airlines, however, they are not canceling all flights to mainland China. According to a post on the Delta Airlines website, the reduced schedule will be reflected on their website starting Feb. 1 and will be effective from Feb. 6 until April 30. They also state that additional adjustments may be made as they monitor the situation. (iStock)

best masks for pandemic - In a statement on their website, Delta Airlines announced, “Delta is temporarily reducing the number of weekly flights it operates between the U.S. and China due to significantly reduced customer demand prompted by global health concerns related to coronavirus.” AS CORONAVIRUS SPREADS, BEIJING SUBURBS CLOSE THEMSELVES OFF According to the post, the reduced schedule will be reflected on their website starting Feb. 1 and will be effective from Feb. 6 until April 30. They also state that additional adjustments may be made as they monitor the situation.

best masks for pandemic, The post also states, “To maintain options for customers, the airline will continue to operate from all current U.S.-China gateways. Today, Delta operates 42 weekly flights between the U.S. and China, including daily service connecting Beijing and Detroit and Seattle, and Shanghai and Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles and Seattle. The airline will reduce this schedule to approximately 21 weekly flights, offering three to four weekly flights on the same routes.” CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER

best masks for pandemic - Delta is not the only airline altering its schedule due to the outbreak. 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. Finnair and Air Canada both announced that they would be scaling back on certain flights to China. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS Atlantic Airlines temporarily suspended flights between Los Angeles and Shanghai and Beijing.

best masks for pandemic - Fox News Flash top headlines for Jan. 29 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Silicon Valley is bracing for the coronavirus outbreak to impact its bottom line as Google closed its offices in China and Apple said its production will be affected. Google, which has 10 offices spread between mainland China and Taiwan, confirmed on Wednesday to Fox Business that the offices -- which had been closed for the Lunar New Year -- will now be closed for the foreseeable future. The Mountain View, Calif., company also reportedly said its charitable arm provided a $250,000 grant to the Chinese Red Cross to help with relief efforts and the company's internal campaign for assistance has raised $500,000.