What You Need to Know
Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is committed to top-level response and safety measures surrounding COVID-19 protocols. The following procedures are how we have implemented our commitment to your safety and ours:
SOCIAL DISTANCING TOOLS AND MESSAGING THROUGHOUT THE AIRPORT TERMINAL
- Informational signs installed
- Seating arrangements reduced and signed
- Waiting areas labeled and signed with 6’ areas notes
- Signage placed in all public areas and staffing areas
- Check-in counters moved to accommodate spacing
- Floor stickers designating spacing
CLEANING AND DISINFECTING
- Routine cleaning of all public areas
HAND SANITIZING STATIONS
- Hand sanitizers are installed at ticketing and baggage
QUARANTINE WELCOME STATION
- Arrival check-in and information station
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
- Finger gloves to cover fingertips at touchpoint areas and parking lot entries
- Free masks available
- Airport staff is always wearing PPE
GLASS PARTITIONS INSTALLED AS SAFETY BARRIERS
- Guest services area
BACK OF THE HOUSE PROCEDURES & TRAINING
- Sign-in protocol
- All staff are onboarded with new procedures highlighting the most current safety protocol
For the most up-to-date local information on Novel Corona Virus COVID -19 please visit: pitkincounty.com/COVI
What You Need to Know
Are masks required?
Yes, a face-covering is required inside and outside of the Airport.
In Pitkin County, non-medical, cloth face coverings that cover the nose and mouth are required to be worn in all buildings, public and private, that are open to the public. Face coverings are required to be worn outside whenever there is a risk of being within 6 feet of another person who is not of the same household. Children who are under the age of two years and anyone who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance are exempt from this requirement.
What limitations are there on visitors to Pitkin County?
Any person that is not a Local Resident that travels to or visits Pitkin County must be free of any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 before arrival. If any symptoms consistent with COVID-19 are present in the 10 days prior to arrival in Pitkin County, the Visitor or Guest must not travel to Pitkin County. All Visitors and Guests will self-screen for symptoms each morning during their stay in Pitkin County. Any Visitor or Guest that develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19 during their stay in Pitkin County will:
- Adhere to Self-Isolation requirements in Section I E of the May 9, 2020 Order even if this prolongs their stay in Pitkin County at the traveler’s expense.
- Contact your healthcare provider or Aspen Valley Hospital Primary Care at 970-279-4111 for guidance and to schedule COVID-19 testing as quickly as possible.
Where can I find the latest information on Pitkin County COVID-19 response?
View COVID-19 information for Pitkin County at covid19.pitkincounty.com.
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