Major airlines said Friday they will suspend more domestic flights after Japan declared a fresh state of emergency over the coronavirus crisis for Tokyo and its neighboring prefectures to stem the spread of the virus.

All Nippon Airways Co. will cut 2,698 flights between Jan. 15 and 31, bringing its operation rate for January to 66% compared to 79% in December, according to its parent ANA Holdings Inc. Japan Airlines Co. will cut an additional 3,567 flights between Jan. 13 and 31, with its operation rate for this month falling to 60% from 78% last month.

Shinkansen services linking Tokyo and major cities such as Nagoya and Osaka will be cut by around 10% between Jan. 18 and Feb. 28 from the original plan, Central Japan Railway Co. said. The average number of trains operated daily will decrease to 309.