Old Sep 23, 20, 10:09 pm
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Justin026
 
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My thoughts on the OPís question are that I regard domestic US flying as less risky from a COVID standpoint than going to a restaurant. The airports are empty and the airlines I fly on (Delta and Southwest) require masks and keep an empty seat between all passengers. Delta serves very little food or drink. All of this means that the planes have few people even talking very much during a flight. Not that I worry about eating out, but I look for things: no bar or well away from the bar, preferably a patio, masks off at the table but worn elsewhere, etc. I would add to the OPís observation about restaurants: I havenít seen a waiter without a mask since early June anywhere in 9 states, including three trips to Florida.
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