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Delta to increase number of quarantine-free flights

The pandemic has changed the traditional way of traveling in a short period of time. Until the global vaccination covers a large portion of the population, several restrictions will continue to be imposed, mainly on international flights. Thus, back in December, Delta began an experimental partnership with Rome Airport to offer a more convenient option to passengers who need to travel to Italy. Through the implementation of strict security protocols, passengers who boarded the flight between Atlanta (ATL) and Rome (FCO) after 12/19 were exempted from mandatory quarantine in Italy. Due to the success of the flight, Delta will expand the number of frequencies. From 01/04, flights will depart from New York (JFK) to Rome (FCO) and also to Milan (MXP), with some weekly frequencies. Flights will be daily in the following months. The release for boarding without quarantine occurs through the mandatory pre-flight testing, in addition to ensuring social distance within the aircraft. With these measures, added to hygiene and wearing a mask, the likelihood of contagion inside the aircraft is reduced to one in a million. – https://contatoradar.com.br/2021/03/delta-vai-aumentar-numero-de-voos-isentos-de-quarentena/