By Yan Chung –
As people across Massachusetts get set to travel next week for the Thanksgiving holiday, there’s new concern as COVID-19 cases in the Bay State are on the rise.
3,200 new COVID-19 cases were reported just on Thursday by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and according to the CDC, all of Massachusetts is considered as being high-risk for COVID-19 transmission.
If you’re heading out to celebrate Thanksgiving, Massport CEO Lisa Wieland is reminding those traveling through Logan International Airport that COVID-19 testing sites are available.
Also, masks are required in terminals, on the flight, and on any public transit.