I just saw in the NY Times that they're considering requiring testing before getting on a plane. That won't make the airports safe, but likely safer.
"Federal officials are considering whether to require airline passengers to have a negative coronavirus test before boarding domestic flights, according to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
Proof of a negative test result is already required for passengers boarding international flights bound for the United States, under a policy imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last month.
In a program that aired on Sunday night, Mr. Buttigieg told “Axios on HBO” that “there’s an active conversation with the C.D.C. right now” about whether to require a negative test for domestic travel as well.
“What I can tell you is, it’s going to be guided by data, by science, by medicine, and by the input of the people who are actually going to have to carry this out,” he said.
Unbelievable that they haven’t done this the whole time.. This will be my 12th week getting tested to drive 4 hours to Maine where I only really interact with anyone outside skiing. One would think getting on a plane with tons of strangers in close proximity would require the same.