According to figures from the Office of Tourism, Arizona hosted 45 million visitors in 2019. Now, no one is visiting the Grand Canyon State during the high season.
It’s a photo worth a thousand words: Southwest Airlines on Sunday posted an image of a group of health care workers ready to go to battle in New York, which has fast become the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S.
Disney officials have announced that Disneyland and California Adventure will remain closed until further notice due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A Dutch cruise liner announced the death of four of its passengers Friday who apparently contracted COVID-19 aboard the ship.
White House officials are asking people who travel from New York to self-quarantine for 14 days to stop the spread of coronavirus.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, riding public transit, such as buses or trains, gets a little bit more tricky.
At Jet Limousines in Phoenix, there are 55 buses parked, and it's not a sight the owner ever wanted to see.
An employee at Hollywood Burbank Airport has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials confirmed Monday.
Airlines are slashing flights, offering change fee waivers to customers as they experience a sharp drop in bookings in the face of the spreading coronavirus.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige is urging visitors to postpone vacations to the island state amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The U.S. Department of State is advising that Americans avoid international travel.
Nevada's governor ordered a monthlong closure of casinos and other non-essential businesses starting noon Wednesday.
A man with coronavirus who flew aboard JetBlue from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Palm Beach International Airport has reportedly been banned from the airline.
Disneyland announced on Thursday it will close till the end of the month to help stem the tide of the coronavirus outbreak.
American Airlines confirmed that a pilot based in “Dallas-Fort Worth” has tested positive for COVID-19.
President Trump announced the ban on Wednesday, March 11.
President Donald Trump's decision Wednesday to impose a 30-day ban on most Europeans entering the United States is the latest stunning setback for an airline industry that is reeling from a drop in bookings and a surge in people who are canceling reservations for fear of contracting the coronavirus.
As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, Arizona's tourism industry is starting to take a hit, with hotel occupancy numbers starting to slip.
"This does not happen very much anymore. Flight to Orlando mostly empty. Over 100 seats unused."
The Center for Disease Control is issuing new guidelines for travelers. If you've traveled to places like China, Italy, South Korea, or Iran you must self-isolate for 14 days.