The TSA stopped enforcing the mask mandate on planes, trains and other forms of public transportation after a federal judge struck down the requirements.
More than 10,000 TSA workers have been infected with COVID-19 since the pandemic began last year.
No federal agency has been hit harder by COVID-19 than the TSA, whose employee have close contact with the public.
The Chinese government likely “concealed the severity” of the coronavirus outbreak in early January so it could hoard medical supplies needed to fight the contagion, according to a new report.
Most epidemiologists and public health experts agree that reopening states’ economies too quickly could cause a significant surge in COVID-19 infections.
A TSA screener at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the third employee from the agency to die from the coronavirus.
The coronavirus has hammered TSA workers more than previously thought.
More than 30 ICE detainees have tested positive for the coronavirus, and immigration advocates are worried its going to get a lot worse.