We’ve been keeping up with new health measures at the Orange County International Airport (MCO) including the face mask requirement for employees.
Well, it seems employees aren’t the only ones who are encouraged to mask-up. Check out the new PPE vending machines that have been installed!
According to the Orlando Sentinel, passengers can expect to spot these machines vending personal protective equipment throughout the airport. These Clean & Safe Travels machines sell face masks, hand sanitizers, and more and are located in high touch point areas near the ticketing counters for JetBlue, Southwest, Delta, United, and American Airlines. Prices start at $7.50 for two masks.
The machines were installed to help support Mayor Jerry Demings’ executive order requiring masks in the county. So, if you’re flying into Orlando soon, you’ll definitely see some changes. Stay tuned to DFB for the latest updates on travel to Disney World.
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