was Once toilettaskens content of liquids something of the only thing we had to keep a watchful eye on prior to a flight.
With coronakrisen is, however, followed so many new demands to social distance, hygiene and, not least, mundbind that it can be difficult to keep track of where to do what. An issue that the international airport in Las Vegas, the UNITED states, is now trying to help the travelers with.
the Airport has deployed three new machines, with the inscription 'pure and safe travel' gives the travelers the opportunity to buy the protective equipment, they have come off without it.
It writes CNN Travel.
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A new option to help protect yourself and others while traveling. LAS was the first airport to install PPE vending machines from which travelers can purchase items like gloves and hand sanitizer. These machines can be found in the T1 ticketing and near the T3 TSA checkpoint. pic.twitter.com/1suaVel412— McCarran Airport (@LASairport) May 14, 2020
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Gates contains six rows of products, which bl.a. includes various types of mundbind, gloves and håndsprit. This should make it possible for as many people as possible to be able to complete their journey, points out, the airport spokesperson Christine Crews.
- the Whole world must now change behaviour and learn new habits, so it is not inconceivable that someone could end up in the airport without the necessary products, there has been a mandatory part of their journey, says Christine Crews for CNN Travel and adds:
- This is possibly the first, you see, but I am sure that it will not be the last.
A large number of the world's airports and airlines in a longer period of time required for passengers to bar mundbind.
In the Danish airports has until now been allowed to go outside, but Thursday told the government that from the 15. June also here will be a requirement to carry mundbind.
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