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Jacksonville airport tries to revive travel with increased COVID-19 protections

Jacksonville International Airport officials are taking steps to increase coronavirus safety and get people returning to the air travel hub.

The facility is introducing the “JAX Airport Cares” program specifically designed to make travelers feel protected from COVID-19.

“Aviation is one of the industries hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic,” Jacksonville Aviation Authority CEO Mark VanLoh said. “Before people will travel again, they need to have confidence that airports, airlines and TSA (Transportation Security Administration) are doing everything we can to protect them.”

Airport workers are using electrostatic fogger disinfection to sanitize the entire terminal at the airport including boarding gates, passenger bridges and baggage claim areas over the next four months.

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