This year’s travel has skyrocketed, worsening the situation at airports: about two million people went through screening checkpoints every day last week, According to the Traffic Safety Administration, And Sunday. The number of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day was higher than last year, and some figures were higher than the same days two years ago, with almost no Americans aware of the spread of a virus around the world.
There are indications that the worst cancellations in the United States are over. Delta, for example, expected to cancel about 200 flights on Sunday, down from the 300 it had predicted a day earlier, a spokesman said. Predicts 40 will be canceled on Monday alone.
Airlines, on the other hand, expect a lot of flights on Sunday, January 2nd. The Omicron variant, which is now responsible for more than 70 percent of new corona virus cases in the United States, has already helped push the daily case average above 200,000 in the United States for the first time in almost 12 months. According to the New York Times Corona virus tracker.
There is an airline trade group He asked Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should reduce the recommended isolation period from 10 days to a maximum of five days, i.e. 10 days, before returning with a negative test for fully vaccinated staff.
“The CDC’s quick and safe changes will ease the pressure on at least some staff and set up flights to help millions of passengers return from their vacation,” said JetBlue spokesman Derek Dombrowski.
However, the flight attendants’ association argued that reducing the recommended isolation hours should be “determined by public health professionals, not airlines.”
Late this weekend there was little to no contact with some of the infections. Alaska Airlines has established a comprehensive plan to keep employees healthy and has even entered its board of directors who have been trained as team members, spokeswoman Alexa Rutin said.
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