Orlando International Airport Is Making Safety Changes Over Pandemic


Most of us aren’t thinking about flying right now, but the Orlando International Airport is already making preparations and plans for when air travel will start to pick up again as restrictions ease in many states.

ClickOrlando.com has posted that the “leaders” at MCO have initiated some changes like “adding markers at security checkpoints and ticket counters to visually remind passengers to practice social distancing.”  Grocery stores and other “essential” businesses have already been doing this to keep people six feet apart.

They will also be adding protective screens to ticket counters, retail stores and food shops as well as their already implemented “enhanced cleaning schedule.” Many essential stores have added the “protective” plastic screens in an effort to protect the employees. I’m surprised they are just now doing that.

It’s so strange to think that people might start flying around again with the pandemic being like it is. But I guess it can’t stay shut down forever.  I’m sure that the Orlando International Airport will do whatever it can to try and keep travelers safe. No one wants to see a wider spread of the virus.

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Source: Click Orlando



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