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Guidelines for COVID-19 tests for airline passengers could set global bar for reliability, sources say

Guidelines for COVID-19 tests for airline passengers could set global bar for reliability, sources say

By: Allison Lampert, David Shepardson
Source: Reuters
Date of Publication: November 1st, 2020
A global aviation manual now under review by a UN body suggests global guidelines calling for the use of highly reliable tests when screening passengers to detect the novel coronavirus ahead of flights, three sources familiar with the matter said.
Alaska Airlines will enforce face coverings- No mask, no travel, no exceptions

Alaska Airlines will enforce face coverings- No mask, no travel, no exceptions

By: Dominic Gates
Source: The Seattle Times
Date of Publication: August 5th, 2020
Starting Friday, all Alaska Airlines passengers age 2 and older will be required to wear a cloth mask or face covering over their nose and mouth as a safeguard against spreading the coronavirus — with no exceptions.
Airline shares tumble as New York imposes quarantines, Florida cases spike_CNBC

Airline shares tumble as New York imposes quarantines, Florida cases spike

By: Leslie Josephs
Source: CNBC
Date of Publication: June 24th, 2020
U.S. airline shares fell sharply Wednesday after state officials in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut said they were imposing a two-week quarantine on travelers arriving from certain states whose coronavirus infection rates have been on the rise.
LAX will try thermal cameras to spot travelers with COVID-19

LAX will try thermal cameras to spot travelers with COVID-19

By: Hugo Martin, Dakota Smith
Source: LA Times
Date of Publication: June 22nd, 2020
Hoping to make flying safer, Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday will begin testing thermal cameras to identify passengers with high body temperatures as a way of slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
A Message From Tom Doll_Subaru

A Message from Tom Doll, Subaru CEO

By: Tom Doll
Source: Subaru
Date of Publication: March 21st, 2020
Letter from Tom Doll, CEO of Subaru, regarding the company's response and policies during the coronavirus.