Dr. Peter Schnall, Professor of Medicine Emeritus University of California at Irvine and Director of Healthy Work Campaign, is an epidemiologist and, coincidentally, someone who is still required to fly both domestically and internationally. … “The biggest difference between the two: most (but not necessarily all) countries are requiring pre-flight COVID-19 testing. U.S. domestic flights do not,” Schnall tells InsideHook. “So, as a consequence, there will be a higher percentage of COVID-19 carriers on domestic flights.”
Is International travel actually safer than domestic right now?
Inside Hook, March 18, 2021
March 18, 2021