Voting With Their Feet: TSA Screens Close to a Pre-Lockdown High of Nearly 1.2 Million People
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Despite pleas from federal and local leaders to stay home for the holidays and keep gatherings to household members, the TSA screened nearly 1.2 million travelers Wednesday, a record high during the pandemic.
According to TSA reports, 1,191,123 people were screened at TSA checkpoints at the country’s airports on December 23. This is the highest number of travelers since mid-March when the coronavirus pandemic and fears about spreading the deadly virus slowed down travel.
Wednesday’s high number of travelers beat the previous pandemic-period record set the Sunday after Thanksgiving, with 1,176,091 travelers.
For comparison, Wednesday’s amount of travelers is down 38% compared to the same weekday a year ago – which happened to be Christmas Day.
Wednesday was the 8th time there have been more than 1 million air travelers in the U.S. since March 16, and the 4th time in the month of December alone.
Here’s a look at which days since mid-March have had more than 1 million travelers go through TSA checkpoints:
October 18: 1,031,505
November 20: 1,019,836
November 25: 1,070,967
November 29: 1,176,091
December 18: 1,066,747
December 19: 1,073,563
December 20: 1,064,619
December 23: 1,191,123
The big picture: On March 16, before the start of the pandemic in the United States, TSA screened 1,257,823 people.