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Wearing a mask to curb the spread of COVID-19 on an airplane and in airports is federally required, but airport workers at the Wilkes Barre-Scranton International Airport in Pennsylvania say only about half the immigrant children, teens, and chaperones that have been flown into Scranton are wearing masks.
Now, at least one airport worker has contracted COVID-19.
It leaves airport staff wondering if they want to take more flights or if they need to crack down on COVID mitigation protocols which have become lax on these flights, Jim Gallagher, an airport contractor, told The Epoch Times in a phone interview.
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