An electronic bulletin board shows public welfare uncovers precautions for the course of COVID-19 as passengers wait to board an American Airways flight at DFW Worldwide Airport Terminal A on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. and buildings to put on masks or coverings, weeks after airways and county governments instituted guidelines. Passengers, airport staff and employees of companies working at DFW must don face masks from Thursday. Airport staff have been required to put on masks since April, and during a visit to DFW Airport on Tuesday virtually everyone wore a mask. Transportation Safety Administration personnel are also required to put on masks by their company. The airport has not specified how the rule is to be enforced or what penalties will accompany violations. While every Dallas and Tarrant county already requires As people wear face masks inside businesses and public buildings, DFW Airport is its personal semi-autonomous property that straddles each jurisdiction. The airport also has its own personal pressure from the police. The airport has had digital indicators warning customers to put on face masks. The brand new rule of masks extends to the construction of rental cars from the airport and the Skylink prepare between terminals. “The safety and well-being of customers, employees and partners is our top priority at DFW Airport,” Airport CEO Sean Donohue said in an announcement. “This policy aligns with mandates announced by Dallas and Tarrant counties that require face masks in public places.” Love Subject, owned by the city of Dallas, has demanded face masks since mid-April, when Dallas County officials asked them to go to any location. important business. Love Subject’s dominant airline Southwest Airways further requires passengers to wear masks contained in the airport before boarding a plane. Major airways began requiring masks on planes in early May. , after which the last month has beefed up the app, threatening to briefly ban customers. who remove masks on board. Almost instantly, American Airways had to ban a passenger from traveling on the airline when they refused to put on a mask after boarding. Much like the airways, DFW Airport makes exceptions for young children, aged 2 years and under, as well as people with medical problems. circumstances .——— © 2020 The Dallas Morning News Visit The Dallas Morning Information at www.dallasnews.com Distributed by Tribune Content Material Company, LLC.