The Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) has stepped up its preparation for the generally busy spring break travel period: Between late February and April, TSA officers will implement technology that reduces points of contact physical, adding staff to respond to the possible increase in passenger numbers, and vaccinating officers. and staff interacting directly with the public ADVERTISING Trend Now Although the typical spring break travel period is one of the busiest for TSA officers, the administration predicts that the average daily passenger volume will remain well below pre-pandemic levels. our operational readiness and the health and safety of our staff and the traveling public, ”TSA Administrator Darby LaJoye said. “Since the start of the pandemic, we have installed new credential authentication technology and computed tomography equipment at hundreds of checkpoints, significantly reducing the need for physical contact between our agents and the traveling public. ” To help protect travelers who take to the skies this spring, the TSA is reminding passengers of the coronavirus precautions that remain in place across the United States, including mandatory face shields, social distancing, acrylic barriers, Routine disinfection protocols and more. Last month, nearly four million passengers passed through TSA checkpoints in the United States. airports for the four-day Valentine’s Day-Presidents Feb. 11 through Feb. 14, despite another holiday warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). .
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