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Cool It: TSA To Screen Air Passengers For Fevers

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Cool It: TSA To Screen Air Passengers For Fevers

Cool It: TSA To Screen Air Passengers For Fevers

The Transportation Security Administration is set to begin administering temperature checks to air travelers.

This, despite concerns from lawmakers and the agency that it does not have the authority to conduct them.

According to Business Insider, those whose temperatures are 100.4°F or higher will be directed toward the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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