Delta suspends US flights. To South Korea amid coronavirus concerns
The Delta airline will reduce its services between ICN and Atlanta, Detroit and Seattle until April 30 per week.
The airline will also temporarily suspend services between ICN and Minneapolis / St. Paul, which will begin on February 29 and end on April 30.
Delta stated on its website: "The health and safety of customers and employees is Delta's main priority and the airline has implemented a series of mitigation processes and strategies to respond to the growing concern. Delta remains in constant contact with the most important communicable disease experts from the CDC, WHO and local health officials to respond to the coronavirus and ensure that the training, policies, procedures and procedures for cleaning and disinfecting the cabin meet and exceed the guidelines. "
The CDC also warns people not to make non-essential trips to South Korea due to concerns about the coronavirus.
On Tuesday, Delta had extended its travel exemption to include Seoul, South Korea.
Travelers can check the carriers' websites for more information on how to cancel scheduled trips.
Other US airlines have already suspended flights to mainland China and Hong Kong.