"The CDC told CNN that it knows of 1,600 flights in the first eight
months of the year where a person who may have had the virus was present.
Up to 10,900 people may have been within the six-foot transmission
range of that person during these flights, CDC identified and
notified relevant health departments about these 10,900 on-board
I have no idea what the health departments did with that information,
I imagine it varies department to department.
CDC flags 1600 flights where person on board may have had COVID-19
There are Tracking Apps that you can use but my knowledge and
my curosity are very limited on that topic.
NCDHHS says COVID-19 exposure app surpasses 50,000 downloads in first day
One of the searches
I have found no US airline doing tracking / reporting like Canada.
IMO most of what is being done is security theater to make people
feel safer about being in a tube with 100 other non tested people
where you can't social distance, breathing the same air for a
couple of hours. Anyone who looks at that situation and
does not say WTF! is deep into conformation bias along with the
people who are running those airlines. Again IMO
Edit: Knowing how many flight attendants and pilots have the antibodies or
have been taken off the job for testing positive may be a significant piece
of information (if you could get the real data)
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