Enhanced Procedures at Orlando International Airport Amid Coronavirus Concerns

The Orlando International Airport (OIA) is one of the most transited airports in the country with a large number of visitors from the U.S. and all over the world. Amid concerns for the virus they are taking extra cleaning procedures very seriously.

“It is critical for the Authority to do everything we can to not only safeguard our passengers but protect our employees from this public health event,” said Phil Brown, Chief Executive Officer for Greater Orlando Aviation Authority.

The airports will put up more hand sanitizer stations in the terminals.

Crews will clean high touch point areas more frequently.

Here is a list of some of the areas crews will pay attention to:

  • Escalators
  • Handrails
  • Elevators
  • Curbside
  • Seating areas
  • Tables restrooms
  • Food court areas

If you see any workers with masks or other safety attire do not be alarmed this is mostly for their protection as they are dealing with potential exposure every day.

Please continue to follow WHO recommendation in the form of hand washing and coughing into your elbow.

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