'Is It Safe To Travel?' See Delta’s Layers Of Protection For Yourself

Delta News Hub 6/12/2020

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While most customers have been at home since the COVID-19 pandemic began, a lot has changed at Delta to transform cleanliness and safety so you feel more confident when you return to travel. We call it the Delta CareStandard, and it includes layers of protection across the travel journey to deliver clean surfaces, more space and safer service for customers and employees.

But what does the Delta CareStandard actually look like? Now, you can see it for yourself – long before stepping foot in an airport. The Delta CareStandard video demystifies today’s travel experiences by walking through the layers of protection customers can expect to encounter the next time you travel with Delta.

From the time you step foot in the check-in lobby, through security, at the gate, on board and through baggage claim at your final destination, the Delta CareStandard is how Delta is making sure you can feel confident in your choice to travel.

Delta is constantly updating best practices and improving the new standard of care based on expert medical advice and the feedback of customers. Using the same innovative spirit we’re known for, we will continue to evolve and look to do better with cleanliness and safety top of mind.

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