CLOSE In hopes of limiting the spread of COVID-19, President Trump orders a suspension of all travel from Europe to the United States. USA TODAYThe coronavirus pandemic is significantly impacting the travel industry, leaving some of the United States’ busiest airports eerily quiet. If you haven’t stepped foot in an airport since the holidays, here’s what to expect when you go through the Transportation Security Administration checkpoint, which ramped up protective measures in early February as the virus began to spread outside of its epicenter in Wuhan, China.You can take masks, cleaning supplies and more sanitizer through securityCan you bring more hand sanitizer with you onboard your flight? TSA says yes.The agency said it will allow passengers to bring liquid hand sanitizer containers up to 12 ounces in carry-on bags.”Passengers can expect that these containers larger than the standard allowance of 3.4 ounces of liquids permitted through a checkpoint will need to be screened separately, which will add some time to their checkpoint screening experience,” TSA said on its website.To ease passengers’ worries, TSA also shared a Twitter video Thursday detailing which sanitary items passengers can pack in their carry-on luggage to help them “stay healthy.”VIDEO: Wondering what you can take in your carry-on bag to stay


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