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Summer Flying: Expect Masks, Fever Checks and Earlier Goodbyes

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A passenger at LAX Bradley International Terminal Feb. 28, 2020 (Sharon McNary/LAist)
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At LAX, after you flash your ID and pull liquids out of your carry-on baggage, you might be asked to reveal something else this summer -- your body temperature.

It’s just one of many changes passengers could face if they fly during the pandemic, as the airport attempts to rebound from a 95 percent drop in passenger traffic, its lowest count in 60 years.

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