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Traveler's Guide Through DEN: COVID-19 Update

Marta De Leon
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DENVER, CO. - Since the COVID-19 pandemic emerged various sectors and industries have been affected, a major one of which is airports. Denver International Airport (DEN) has taken further steps to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus around DEN.

Kim Day, CEO of DEN said that the safety and health of employees and passengers at DEN is a top priority, especially since the rise of COVID-19 cases. DEN has taken several steps to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases in DEN.

Some things that passengers must do when flying using DEN services are when they are around and on flights, passengers are required to wear masks and body temperature checks will be carried out when checking in.

For the use of masks, a temporary mask removal process will be carried out on the security side as a form of checking the identity of DEN passengers. In addition, DEN also provides a choice of places to eat and shop in the airport area with certain conditions such as reduced opening hours, services, and so on.

Then, there is also a reduction in flying hours and arriving at the DEN every day. Several airlines and international airlines have also reduced flying hours, so passengers are encouraged to confirm flight status directly to the airline.

Some of the additional facilities provided by DEN include the provision of 100 hand sanitizer dispensers, disinfectant for every gate area at DEN, warnings to always use masks and the application of physical distancing in every corner of the airport, use of face coverings in public areas, provision of plexiglass barriers at every check-in point, and so on.

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