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In mid-October, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced it screened more than 1 million passengers in a single day. That is the highest number of travelers to pass through airports since the coronavirus pandemic began in March. While it’s wonderful to see so many people traveling again, officials at the TSA also want people to stay both healthy and secure while on their journey.
To assist future flyers, 12 federal security directors shared their tips to safely travel during the pandemic. Bookmark these tips and keep them handy for the next time you take to the friendly skies.
They don’t mention a face shield but a friend has flown long distances twice and always wears one over a mask. It’s not pleasant as it fogs up but she never got anything either.
I haven't either, masks are the only thing I hear of.
Good for you, I think I'd do the same