The spread of Coronavirus from Asia to the U.S. has been a major cause of concern in recent months. With the number of cases growing, several airports around the country have been cracking down on screenings. It was reported yesterday that over 200 people at the Atlanta airport showed symptoms of Coronavirus and were quarantined as a result.\nAccording to Fox 5 Atlanta, a briefing by General Manager of Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, John Selden, indicated Wednesday, February 26, that 200 travelers coming through the airport showed symptoms of Coronavirus.\nConsequently, these potential cases were designated for voluntary home quarantine in which medical personnel provided daily monitoring. They were all cleared without having to visit a hospital.\nDespite the CDC's recent report of the Coronavirus' global pandemic status, Selden further clarified that Atlanta is in good shape. Only one traveler diagnosed with the virus has come through U.S. airports.\nHowever, it's still recommended that Atlantans take precautions. As the busiest airport in the entire world, hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world are in and out of Hartsfield-Jackson at any given time.\nIt is advised by the CDC and the World Health Organization for everyone traveling to wash their hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, cover the mouth when coughing or sneezing and avoid raw meats if you currently have any underlying medical conditions.\nThose who begin to show symptoms such as shortness of breath, fever, coughing and/or sneezing after traveling through the airport are advised to get checked by a local doctor.\nView this post on Instagram TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___ As the #Coronavirus continues to spread globally, Georgia residents should now be aware that at least 200 travelers coming through Atlanta showed possible coronavirus symptoms. ___ Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport officials said in a briefing Wednesday afternoon that those travelers were designated for voluntary home quarantine, according to @fox5atlanta. ___ All of the passengers who were checked out did not have to be admitted to a hospital. ___ So far, of the more than 1,000 passengers screened, only one traveler inbound from South Korea arrived at the airport with critical symptoms and that person was-visit TheShadeRoom.com to read more. 📸: @gettyimages A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Feb 26, 2020 at 7:58pm PST\nSteering clear of heavily-trafficked areas like the many popular restaurants and spas here may be travelers' best bet for now.\nIt may also be best to avoid being in close proximity with other travelers and avoid touching and being touched by others, just in case.\nATL airport GM: 200 traveling through Atlanta airport showed possible coronavirus symptomshttps://t.co/6pvP7823Tj— Courtney Bryant (@CourtneyDBryant) February 26, 2020\nThere have been several scares of possible cases, but the majority have resulted in false alarms. All cases were able to return home safely.\nView this post on Instagram Happy Friday Eve folks! In need of #travel tips to prep for your weekend getaway? ☀️Well, with an estimate of over 10 million travelers moving through #ATLairport during the summer season we’ve got you covered.Click the #linkinbio to get #tips on how to tackle #summer travel at ATL.✈️🧳#ATLairport 📸: @natureofbeauty31 A post shared by Hartsfield-Jackson AIA (@atlairport) on Jul 18, 2019 at 9:03am PDT\nOf over 1,000 screened individuals in Atlanta, only one showed critical symptoms and was taken to Emory Hospital. The patient was not diagnosed with Coronavirus and was released after three days.