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Coronavirus News: Despite CDC’s travel recommendations, TSA screened more than 1 million travelers on Friday

New York (WABC)-This week’s CDC’s new guidance does not recommend Americans to travel for Thanksgiving holidays, but daily figures show that TSA processed 1,019,836 passengers on Friday. Is shown.

This is the second highest number since March 17th (1,031,505 passengers were screened on October 18th).

Still, more than 1.5 million passengers have decreased since the same day a year ago.

“The safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is to celebrate it with the people you live with at home,” the CDC said.

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