BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two TSA security screening officers at BWI have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to officials.
The TSA said that the two screening officers who tested positive for COVID-19 last worked out of the airport 14 days ago.
The TSA has created a website that lists airports, locations and shifts where screening officers have tested positive for the virus within the past 14 days.
- What Is A Coronavirus?
- The Symptoms Of Coronavirus And What You Should Do If You Feel Sick
- LIST: EPA Releases Names Of Disinfectants You Can Use Against Coronavirus
- Coronavirus-Related Scams Are Going Around. Here’s What To Watch Out For
- What We Know About Coronavirus In Maryland
- Latest coronavirus stories from WJZ
- Coronavirus Resources: How To Get Help In Maryland
This information is posted in case the traveling public thinks they may have come in contact with an officer during that 14-day window.
After 14 days from the last time an officer worked at the airport, an individual is removed from the tracker because they no longer pose a threat to the traveling public, the TSA said.