Hollywood Burbank Airport will close one of its two terminals on Friday as passengers have dwindled because of the coronavirus outbreak.

The closure of Terminal B, which serves United, Alaska and Delta airlines, will only be temporary for the San Fernando Valley’s only commercial airport, although no timeline was given on when it would reopen.

The three airlines’ operations plus ticket counter, baggage services and security screenings will all move to Terminal A. American, JetBlue and Southwest airlines will continue to operate from Terminal A as normal.

Signs will be posted outside of Terminal B to direct passengers to the adjacent Terminal A.

“We will continue to make modifications to how we do business when necessary, upholding that (the airport) continues to operate safely, while promoting social distancing, hand washing and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily,” the airport said in a statement.