(CBS DETROIT) – Delta Airlines decision last week suspending flights to China over virus concerns is taking a toll at Metro Airport.

The Wayne County Airport Authority says the cancellations affect 28 flights per week.

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But many travelers say they’re pleased with Delta’s decision.

“They do things with some type of reasoning behind it, so I mean I think maybe it’s a good thing, it’s better to be safe than sorry. I feel it’s terrific that they did that,” said Christina Marshall, a Delta Airline passenger.

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Delta says flights to china will resume on April 30.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services also announced a new coordination center Monday.

They say it will help support local authorities in fighting the coronavirus.

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