Here’s good news if you’re itching to travel again.
According to a new study, there are very few documented cases of in-flight corona virus transmissions. This would mean the chances of catching COVID-19 while on board a flight are actually relatively slim. But more studies need to be conducted.
The study explains that the air in an aircraft cabin is changed every two or three minutes, and airplane air filters are designed to catch 99.99% of airborne particles.
On most airlines, face masks are mandatory for passengers and crew members, as well as temperature screenings.
Some simple guidelines on how to keep safe while flying: