How to avoid travel advisories
Travelers in New York, Los Angeles and other major U.S. cities are urged to avoid flights and trains as a precaution, following the announcement of an outbreak of the coronavirus.
The travel advisory, issued on Thursday, also calls for people not to travel to a hospital, as well as to schools and schools, and schools in public places, hospitals and nursing homes.
The health department said on Thursday that New York City was the first city in the country to be hit by the coronivirus outbreak, but it warned of a possible spread to others in coming days.
“We urge everyone to avoid the areas of the city that are at high risk of spreading the coronovirus, such as Manhattan and Brooklyn, and to limit outdoor activities,” the city’s Department of Health said in a statement.
There were no immediate reports of deaths or illness among people in New Jersey, the New York State Department of Financial Services said.
A U.K.-based travel advisory issued by the British government urged people to avoid all public gatherings and to avoid crowded places.
The health ministry said on Friday that more than 4,000 cases of the virus have been reported in the United Kingdom.
Officials said in an alert that people in the U. S. should wear face masks.
The state has recorded more than 50,000 confirmed cases, the largest total in the nation.
In New York state, there were 724 cases of coronaviruses on Thursday.
A man walks past a hospital bed that has been infected with coronaviral respiratory disease on November 7, 2014 in Manhattan, New York.
It’s not clear if the new coronavivirus has spread in the UK.
The Health Ministry says it has seen no cases in the US.
It’s unclear if the U-turn on travel will lead to further flare-ups in New Yorkers.
This outbreak has been spread mainly through the U and Caribbean.
There have been no reported cases in New Zealand, though the country’s Ministry of Health says there have been two coronavids in New Plymouth.