Airlines and travelers are still sorting out the new travel ban that President Donald Trump announced this week that bars most foreign visitors coming to the U.S. from continental Europe for 30 days. The ban will affect 7,300 flights — and more than 2 million airline seats — scheduled from 26 European nations to the U.S., according to travel data firm Cirium. The ban starts midnight on Friday. The ban comes amid a week of dizzying escalation that’s seen the coronavirus pandemic spread to more than 120 countries, with senior members of governments around the world among those affected. Every aspect of modern life has been impacted as Western countries, including the U.S., increasingly adopt the kind of control measures that appear to have helped China get over the worst of its COVID-19 outbreak. Airlines are reeling from a drop in travel caused by the new coronavirus, and the ban will add to pressure on carriers, said Alexandre de Juniac, CEO of the International Air Transport Association trade group.Here are questions about the travel ban and its repercussions:Who is covered by the new travel ban? Most foreign citizens who have been in continental Europe in the 14 days before their scheduled U.S. arrival would

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