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Delta is implementing the Aviation industry's first contact tracing procedure for travelers returning to the U.S. This process can help the U.S. government and health officials in reducing potential exposure and provide travelers with important public health information in the fight against the global pandemic.
Delta is working with nine global airline partners, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with government agencies, health officials and aviation authorities to keep passengers safe.
Beginning Dec. 15, if you are traveling to the U.S from an international location, you can voluntarily provide the following information to aid in contact tracing, public health follow-up and notifications.
- Full name
- Email address
- Address in the U.S.
- Primary phone
- Secondary phone
“Independent studies have shown that the many layers of protection Delta has already put in place are effectively minimizing the risk of COVID-19 transmission, and contact tracing adds one more important layer to our efforts to ensure safety throughout travel,” said Bill Lentsch, Delta’s Chief Customer Experience Officer. “We want customers to feel safe when they return to travel, and this voluntary program is another way we can provide additional reassurance to customers and employees alike.”
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