As we (the world) transitions to our new normal San Diego International Airport is getting prepared to handle the increase of passengers, as states ease restrictions and non-essential travel resumes.
San Diego International Airport is currently serving around 9,000 departing passengers daily, but still below the daily 40,000 during last years summer.
Health and safety measures that are being implemented in the terminals include:
- Plexiglas sneeze guards in certain public spaces.
- Floor decals and seat separation signage to queue the six-foot social distancing consideration.
- Increased signage throughout the terminals that serves as a reminder to practice preventive health measures.
- Per the California Department of Public Health, facial coverings are required for all passengers, visitors, tenants, contractors and employees while on airport property, excluding those with a medical or mental health condition, or developmental disability that prevents wearing a face covering.
- Continued increased cleaning of high touch points.
- PA announcements throughout the terminals that remind everyone of the facial covering and social distancing requirements.
- Per San Diego County Health, employees are required to do a personal health screening and cannot come to work if they have any of the listed CDC COVID-19 symptoms.
At ProgenCell, we are advising our patients coming from San Diego International Airport to consider that most of the restaurants are closed, so bringing water and/or food is recommended. And still important to double check with the airline to avoid the possibility of a flight cancellation.
To learn more about the safety measure taken by ProgenCell – Stem Cell Therapies our network of providers (hotels, transporation and logistics) you can contact us at email@example.com or Call 1 888 443 6235.
To check San Diego International Airport health regulation and air travel during the pandemic visit: www.san.org/gosafely