United Airlines to begin contact tracing program with CDC this week to help slow spread of COVID-19

Starting this week, passengers traveling to the U.S. on international flights will be asked to voluntarily provide their email address, phone number and an address where they can be reached, the Chicago-based carrier said Wednesday. United will ask those flying domestically and to international destinations to provide the information in the coming weeks.

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