U.S. carriers are now offering travel waivers on Seoul itineraries with Covid-19 coronavirus cases in South Korea. 

Details of the waivers differ, but American, Delta and United are waiving change fees and fare differences on rebooked flights to Seoul through most of the spring. 

The American waiver applies to flights to Seoul through April 24. To enjoy the full waiver, tickets must be rebooked for travel by June 30. 

The Delta waiver applies to Seoul flights departing through April 30 and tickets must be rebooked for travel beginning no later than May 31.

The United waiver applies to Seoul flights departing through June 30. Tickets must be rebooked by that date as well. 

The carriers will waive change fees but apply fare differences for all travel rebooked to a destination other than Seoul. 

South Korea had 763 confirmed Covid-19 cases as of Monday’s World Health Organization Situation Report, including 129 in the previous 24 hours. 

The CDC on Monday advised Americans to avoid nonessential travel to South Korea, issuing a Level 3 travel advisory.

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