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... 19 Airline Operators Should Consider Decreasing Ventilation Downtime on Aircraft Parked at the Gate Highly Recommended Rationale. The ventilation systems in operating aircraft are designed to bring in fresh air, filter the air, and circulate the air within the cabin.
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... 20 Infectious Disease Mitigation in Airports and on Aircraft including cabin crews, who encounter any biological fluid, including phlegm, blood, vomit, do not know if it came from a contagious person and should therefore treat the fluid as potentially infectious. It is important to minimize the risk of transmitting infectious diseases through bodily fluids by donning appropriate personal protective equipment and promptly cleaning and disinfecting the area following a release.
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... Airplanes 21 Points to Consider for Implementation 1. Use hand sanitizers that contain at least 60% alcohol, per the recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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... 22 Infectious Disease Mitigation in Airports and on Aircraft Airport and Airline Operators Should Consider Using Broad-Spectrum U.S. EPA-Registered Disinfectants Highly Recommended Rationale.
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... Airplanes 23 Airline Operators Should Consider Using HEPA-Filtered Vacuums When Cleaning Carpets and Upholstery Suggested Rationale. Typical vacuums have been shown to not only collect, but to also aerosolize large amounts of surface dust, which may contain infectious microorganisms or more commonly, allergens, such as fungal spores.

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