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jual masker n95, At the 11 airports receiving flights from China, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working with the DHS, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and individual airlines to identify potentially infected persons. Flight crew members wearing face masks walk through the international arrivals area at Beijing Capital International Airport on Jan. 30. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein) “While the overall risk to the American public remains low, funneling all flights with passengers who have recently been in China is the most important and prudent step we can take at this time to decrease the strain on public health officials screening incoming travelers. These steps will also expedite the processing of U.S. citizens returning from China, and ensure resources are focused on the health and safety of the American people,” DHS Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf said of the news.

jual masker n95 - “We realize this could provide added stress and prolong travel times for some individuals, however public health and security experts agree these measures are necessary to contain the virus and protect the American people,” Wolf continued. “To minimize disruptions, CBP [Customs and Border Protection] and air carriers are working to identify qualifying passengers before their scheduled flights. Once back in the U.S., it’s imperative that individuals honor self-quarantine directives to help protect the American public.”

jual masker n95, CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER As of Monday morning, there were 11 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the U.S. Six cases have been reported in California, one in Arizona, one in Washington, one in Massachusetts and two in Illinois. No deaths have been reported in the U.S. and 99 percent of cases still remain in China. Major American carriers, including United Airlines, Delta Airlines and American Airlines, have suspended all service to mainland China amid the ongoing outbreak.

jual masker n95 - Officials at the CDC have advised travelers to avoid all nonessential travel to China. The U.S. State Department raised its China travel advisory to Level 4: Do Not Travel. In an exclusive interview with Hannity during the Super Bowl LIV pregame show, President Trump voiced confidence in his administration’s swift response in addressing the threat of the coronavirus. “We pretty much shut it down coming in from China,” Trump told the “Hannity” host. “But we can’t have thousands of people coming in who may have this problem, the coronavirus. We’re going to see what happens, but we did shut it down, yes.”

jual masker n95 - CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Trump added that his administration continues to extend “tremendous help” to China in efforts to contain the virus. Fox News’ David Aaro, Michael Bartiromo and Gregg Re contributed to this report.