Are passenger-facing staff required to wear face coverings?
Are passenger-facing staff required to wear gloves?
All airport employees are required to properly wear facial coverings over their nose and mouth in all public spaces and when aboard public conveyances. Plexigalass 'sneeze guard' barriers have been installed where airport employees customarily interact with passengers.
Are passenger-facing staff subject to health screening?
What special COVID-19 cleaning/sterilization measures has the airport implemented? Provide details for areas such as restrooms, boarding areas, dining areas, etc.?
Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting routines based upon CDC and OSHA guidance and using EPA-approved disinfectants have been implemented throughout all public areas and on high-touch surfaces, to include restrooms, check-in lobbies, passenger screening and immigration areas, gate areas, baggage claim areas, and in AirTrain cars and airport shuttle buses.
Has the airport implemented physical distancing detection technology?
Has seating been adapted to support physical distancing in the following areas?
Boarding areas, Dining areas, Airport lounges,
Does the airport provide signage and announcements via PA system to encourage physical distancing measures in place?
Seating measures at boarding gates vary by airline, with typical measures including blocking seats to encourage physical distancing and reconfiguring banked seats to avoid face-to-face seating arrangements. Dining tables have been spaced apart to provide physical distancing.
Signage is displayed prominently throughout all public areas to remind travelers that facial coverings are mandatory and to encourage physical distancing and frequent hand-washing or disinfecting using hand sanitizers or wipe.