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(Posted 3/10/20): Leesburg Executive Airport is cleaned on a daily schedule. The airport offers plane-side service, where arriving and departing passengers can go from plan to car directly, without needing to visit the public terminal. The airport has also just completed an upgrade to the terminal public restrooms to include completely touchless flush, faucets, and antibacterial soap dispensers.
Details about actions being taking at Dulles International Airport are on their website.
(Updated 3/24/20): Details about actions being taking at Dulles International Airport are on their website.
(Posted 3/11/20): Public health measures at international airports outside of the U.S. vary widely and according to local conditions. It is important to note that CDC does not conduct testing at the airport; the CDC performs public health assessments. The Airports Authority does not screen or test passengers for public health purposes; however, the Airports Authority provides logistical support for the CDC’s mission to conduct passenger public health assessments at Dulles Airport. Although the Airports Authority defers to CDC to describe their health assessment program details, CDC and airports logistic operations activity at Washington Dulles is fully consistent with other U.S. airports in performing health assessments.
(Posted 3/11/20): The Airports Authority provides all Airport Authority employees with leave to use if they are sick and cannot work. Airport Authority employees who do not have enough leave to cover their absence due to COVID-19 will be advanced leave to cover their period of quarantine. Employees are encouraged to stay home if they are sick and to notify their manager with any concerns they have. Airlines and non-Airports Authority businesses which have workers at Dulles International maintain their own human resources guidelines for taking sick leave.
CDC COVID-19 information is currently available online, including guidance from the CDC regarding preventing the spread of COVID-19 if you are sick.
(Posted 3/11/20): It is important to note that CDC does not conduct testing at the airport; the CDC performs public health assessments. The Airports Authority provides logistical support for the CDC’s mission to conduct passenger public health assessments at Dulles Airport. While medical testing for COVID-19 is not determined by or conducted at the airport, a patient’s physician would take into account many factors into account to determine if COVID-19 testing were appropriate, including exposure opportunities.
CDC COVID-19 information is currently available online.
(Updated 3/24/20): Per the CDC, “To slow the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) into the United States, CDC is working with public health partners to implement travel procedures announced in several Presidential proclamations on novel coronavirus. American citizens, lawful permanent residents, and their families who have been in one of the countries listed below in the past 14 days will be allowed to enter the United States but will be redirected to one of 13 airports. If you are returning from one of these countries, you should stay home and monitor your health." More information is available on the Travelers Returning from International Travel webpage from the CDC (Link updated 4/20/20).