United States Department of State announced on Thursday, a Level 4 travel advisory for all the international travel. Avoid all the travel boards, the Level 4 travel advisory is the most severe restriction and warns American citizens.
For the U.S. residents who are currently at the other countries are being asked to return home or at-least to prepare to remain in the place where they are for the foreseeable future.
Before an update from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, U.S. was at Level 3 travel warning. Which encouraged all the American Citizens to reconsider travel to the other countries.
This updated warning now restricts travel to all the countries. The decision to change the travel advisory was made after the week when U.S. President Donald Trump suspended all the journeys from Europe for around 30 days, sans the United Kingdom.
Delta announced on Wednesday that it would cut passenger capacity by 70% across its system, which also includes an 80% reduction on international travel services. That will go on until the demand for the routes begins to rebound. That is how the airlines are reacting to the coronavirus outbreak.
United Airlines has revealed that it will reduce its number of flights scheduled for next month by a total of 60%, which also includes an 85% decrease in international flights and international flight tickets 42% drop across the U.S. and Canada.
The U.S. Travel Association has announced that there is a loss of 4. Million travel-related jobs in the country, and it projects an $809 billion hit on the U.S. economy. To slow the rapid growth of coronavirus, last week, President Trump revealed that four major Cruise lines suspended outbound trips for 30 days as another effort.