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n95 mask japan, Across the globe — and as seen here on a departures board at the Narita airport in Japan — flights to certain regions of China have been canceled amid reports concerning the novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan. (Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg via Getty Images) CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER United Airlines, meanwhile, is currently offering similar “flexibility” to its travelers scheduled to fly to Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai and Hong Kong before Feb. 29, waiving a 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 wrote online.

n95 mask japan - FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS News of American, Delta and United extending their change fees came as the U.S. State Department raised its travel advisory from a Level 2 (Exercise Increased Caution) to a Level 3 (Reconsider Travel), citing the “novel coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China.” The State Department had further issued a Level 4 advisory (Do Not Travel) for the entire Hubei province, the capital of which is Wuhan. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also issued a Level 3 warning to travelers, urging them to “avoid all non-essential travel to China.”

n95 mask japan, CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Concerns over the virus' fast-spreading nature have also prompted the CDC to increase staffing at 20 U.S. airports that have quarantine facilities, The Washington Post reported. Screenings initially began for travelers arriving from Hubei at just three airports — SFO, LAX and JFK — with additional screenings implemented at O'Hare in Chicago and Hartsfield Jackson in Atlanta. Additional airlines around the world have also scaled back their China-bound flights, while others have canceled certain routes completely, including Finnair, which canceled five of its weekly flights to China through March 29; British Airways, which suspended all service to mainland China; and the Lufthansa Group, which suspended its airlines' flights to and from mainland China through the end of February.

n95 mask japan - San Francisco native Doug Perez on turning down a flight offered by the U.S. State Department to stay with his Chinese girlfriend. What's it like to be stuck in ground zero for the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China? Doug Perez, an American living in the quarantined city of Wuhan, described his experiences on Thursday's edition of the Fox News Rundown podcast. He said he barely leaves the house, except to walk his dog. Whenever we leave [the home], we bring the dog, said Perez, who lives with his girlfriend and their labrador, Chubby. So we only take him out for walks. That's the extent of us leaving.

n95 mask japan - Perez, who teaches English in the city, told host Dave Anthony about a  scary experience in which he and his girlfriend had their temperature checked outside a grocery store where they went to stock up on food and supplies. We're lining up to have our temperature tested in one of those temperature guns, Perez said. Yeah, it's like something, it's like something out of a sci-fi movie. SUBSCRIBE AND DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS RUNDOWN The outbreak has killed at least 170 people in China and sickened more than 7,700 worldwide, with five confirmed cases in the U.S. In mainland China, it has already infected more people than were sickened during the SARS outbreak during the 2002-2003 outbreak, though the coronavirus death toll remains lower.