#HeadsUp: Traveling through Denver International Airport? You’ll need a mask

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If you’re traveling in or out of Denver International Airport in the near future, face masks will be required.


According to The Denver Channel, DIA will put the mandatory mask policy in place beginning Wednesday per an order from Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock.

Airport employees have been required to wear masks for several weeks.

Airport CEO Kim Day told The Denver Channel, “as we slowly enter the recovery phase of the pandemic, it is important that we each take personal responsibility to keep ourselves and our community safe.”

DIA will also add more than 100 hand sanitizer stations, disinfecting wipes at each gate, and install floor tape to indicate safe distance practices for customers.

Riverton Regional Airport announced a decrease in flight traffic and temporary changes to arrivals and departures beginning this week. Those local details can be found here.


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