Coming And Going: Increased Travel At Logan Airport After Thanksgiving

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Many people are leaving out of Boston's Logan Airport on Monday morning after the Thanksgiving weekend and health experts are still warning travelers to be cautious as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.

People flying in and out of Logan say they're trying their best to be safe about it.

It was busy at Logan on Monday, more so in departures where many people are leaving Boston and going back home.

There have been busier days after previous Thanksgivings, but health experts are concerned with the amount of people still traveling and that includes those by air and by car.

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One man arriving back in Boston says he has plans to get tested as soon as possible. A second person departing from Logan says he will quarantine and get tested when he gets back.

Travelers at Logan who did have a Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends said they kept it small.

However, health experts say people should assume they caught Covid during their holiday travel and should get tested to be safe.

On Sunday, Massachusetts reported 2,501 new cases of Covid-19 and 46 additional deaths.

WBZ Newsradio's James Rojas (@JamesRojasWBZ)

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