WRWA Talks Safety Precautions For Thanksgiving Travel


Wednesday, November 25th 2020, 7:15 am
By: News 9, Ashley Holden


OKLAHOMA CITY -

Millions of Americans are traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday despite CDC recommendations. 

Will Rogers World Airport staff want to remind travelers the airport will look different with clear barriers, signs with reminders to wear a mask and markings on the floor helping to keep people at a distance. 

TSA is allowing passengers to bring 12 ounce bottles of hand sanitizer and there are also dispensers inside the airport. 

Masks are required inside Will Rogers World Airport and during plane rides as well. It's a precaution OU Health's Chief COVID Officer Dr. Dale Bratzler said is the best bet for protection. 

He also advised people driving to try and take breaks at locations that have less traffic, like a book store.