Air France will measure passenger temperature from next Monday, the airline announced on Saturday through a press release.
The temperature is measured via special infrared thermometers installed on board that measure body temperature remotely.
Passengers with a temperature above 38 degrees are no longer allowed to fly and are requested to disembark.
Measuring the temperature is part of a package of measures that Air France is taking to be able to operate again. Airplanes are now cleaned more often and passengers are no longer sitting directly next to each other.
The staff also wear mouth masks. Society also requires this from its travelers.
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