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n95 mask online, Since the coronavirus was first reported in Wuhan, Chinese travel agencies were allegedly told to cancel plans for group tourism. Meanwhile, regional governments have restricted travel from Wuhan, closely monitoring other travelers and helping arrange evacuations of some foreigners trapped there. The coronavirus poses the most immediate threat to the tourism industry and economy of China’s closest neighbors, though the U.S. and Europe may face major repercussions if the outbreak proves to be long-lived.

n95 mask online - In 2018, nearly 3 million Chinese people traveled to the U.S., spending over $36 billion. With tens of millions of Chinese ordered to stay put and many others opting to avoid travel as the new coronavirus spreads, tourism around the global took a heavy hit during one of the biggest travel seasons, the Lunar New Year. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP   The larger impact of the coronavirus on both local and global tourism remains to be determined, depending on how long the outbreak lasts and if the Chinese government extends travel restrictions to major cities like Shanghai.

n95 mask online, “Anything that goes on for a sustained period of time would obviously have a significant impact,” said Chris Heywood, spokesman for NYC & Company, the official tourism organization of New York City. “For us, China is a critically important market.” Fox News' David Montanaro and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

n95 mask online - U.S. scrambles to evacuate American citizens from Wuhan; reaction from Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips. At least two cases of the deadly coronavirus have been confirmed in Canada in a husband and wife who recently traveled to Wuhan, the epicenter of the pneumonia-like illness that’s now killed more than 100 people and sickened thousands of others worldwide. Over the weekend, the Ontario Ministry of Health confirmed the country’s first case of the coronavirus, which was linked to a live animal and seafood market in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The patient, who is in his 50s, reported fever and respiratory symptoms — common signs of the novel virus — and was put in isolation upon return to Canada. The case was confirmed as a “presumptive positive” on Saturday, officials said.

n95 mask online - CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK STRANDS OHIO MAN, 65, TEACHING IN WUHAN: 'I'M NOT AFRAID TO SAY I'M WORRIED' On Monday, the Canadian Government announced that the wife of the patient has also tested positive for 2019-nCoV, the novel coronavirus. The woman, who is also in her 50s, has been in self-isolation at home since her husband was confirmed as the country’s first case, officials said. “Close contacts of these cases will be notified, monitored for signs of illness, and given instructions for what to do if they become ill by local public health authorities,” they added.