All the questions to ask yourself before planning a summer trip -- with answers from the CDC, too
So we’ll go through some of their recommendations, to perhaps anticipate some of your summer travel questions. Travel does increase your chances of getting and spreading COVID-19, the CDC said. If you’re considering cleaning your lodging area, see these guidelines on how to clean and disinfectFollow state and local travel restrictions. For up-to-date information, check the state or local health department where you are, along your route, and at your planned destination. “Also be aware that many local, state, and national public parks have been temporarily closed due to COVID-19.”It’s just one more thing to check on.
Flying soon? Here are the new safety measures you will experience during coronavirus pandemic
This change reduces the TSA officers need to touch a passengers boarding pass thus reducing the potential for cross-contamination. This requirement allows social distancing, reduces the TSA officers need to touch a persons container of food and reduces the potential for cross-contamination. TSA officers optionally wearing eye protection and clear plastic face shields at some locations. TSA officers will continue the practice of changing gloves after each pat-down. For more information on the TSA security screening process during the pandemic, visit www.tsa.gov/coronavirus.