A DSA official told CNN that a draft public affairs guidance note states the reason for ending airport screenings: Of the 675,000 passengers screened at 15 airports, less than 15 have been identified as having Govt-19.
Airlines for America, an aerospace industry group, accepted the decision to discontinue screenings, saying in a statement: “We continue to support the use of less screening resources where they can be better utilized, and do not believe that continued screening makes sense at 15 airports (U.S. Disease Control). And detention centers) have the lowest number of passengers identified.
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