How to avoid travel advisories in the US after the coronavirus outbreak
The United States has now issued a travel advisory to the public, following a surge in coronaviruses cases in the last week.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says that all aircraft operating between the US and Europe must stop flying unless the aircraft is equipped with a device called a flight-tracking device that will allow pilots to track aircraft and passengers.
“This device will provide pilots with a record of where the aircraft has been, and when it has been in the air,” the FAA said in a statement.
“It can also help with tracking of airborne debris, and other information about where the flight is headed.
Any aircraft in the United States and its territories must have this device on board, and all flights must stop at least 24 hours before departure.”
The announcement comes a day after a Florida woman who traveled to the US to help care for her sick husband died after suffering a seizure.
Rick Scott said at a press conference that the state is prepared to assist those affected by the virus, adding that “the federal government is going to provide the resources needed to assist the people of Florida.”
At least three other Americans have died in the first week of the coronas virus outbreak, with at least 18 more confirmed cases reported since Monday.
It’s not clear how many of those people are in the USA, but some airlines have stopped flights.
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