Very few people are traveling, but those who are will notice things are pretty different than they were just a couple months ago. As Colorado Governor Polis said in a recent op-ed, masks will be a part of our lives here for a while, and travel will be no exeption. 

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Frontier Airlines, based in Denver, will soon require all passengers to have their mouths and noses covered by masks, effective May 8. This not only includes those on air crafts, but 'will include all ticket counters, gate areas' as well, Frontier Airlines tweeted on April 30.

Only small children who are unable to wear face masks will be exempt from the new policy. Additionally, Frontier is 'fogging' its planes with disinfectant, and passengers are required to agree to the following terms, provided by Frontier's website:

-Neither they nor anyone in their household has exhibited COVID19-related symptoms in the last 14 days

-They will check their temperature before heading to the airport and not travel if they have a fever

-They will wash their hands/sanitize before boarding the flight

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