Travelers at Miami International Airport don’t express too much concern over COVID

COVID-19 protocols are growing in different industries, but how do airports maintain health regulations for travelers who use their services?

Miami International Airport is a destination or a stopping point for millions of travelers from around the world. The pandemic slowed travel, but it has picked back up. Even last year, during the height of the pandemic, Miami International Airport hosted over 18 million passengers.

The safety concerns are not as pertinent to some travelers.

“I definitely feel safer traveling to airports,” Indira Espinal, a medical assistant and frequent traveler, said. “[COVID] is very scary, but the airport makes it safe and it guides you in every way.”

How will MIA handle future changes? The new standard is still unclear.

Daniel Otero is a Broadcast Media major at Florida International University. He has an avid passion for sports and offers game predictions and sports analysis through a monthly paid subscription service. He looks to expand and grow his business after graduation.

Haitian-American born and raised in Orlando, FL, Ashley Maxi is pursuing her bachelor's degree in broadcast media with a minor in social media and e-marketing analytics. She loves music and entertainment topics. Ashley also hopes to pursue the entertainment aspect of  broadcast journalism