Covid compliance during travel

I know atleast 5-7 people in friends and family who got infected with covid on flight (very high certainty)

The LocalCircles survey below says 45% people will travel in just the next 60 days.

If the above holds true chances are flights will be full. These days in flight people arent wearing masks and hence chances of covid spreading even more higher

What is the Govt doing to minimise spread of covid and monkeypox in flights though?? more  

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This mask madness should stop. No need to wear mask if you are not coughing. Especially children. STOP listening to WHO that had no credibility. more  
Why you expect the government to do everything for you? Are we not capable or educated enough to understand the simple things that compliance of covid guidelines gives us atleast some sort of protection against the disease! One can find easily in every nuke and corner asking to wear mask but we have inculcated the habit of defying the guidelines until we are forced to comply with. more  
The WHO is screaming to take precautions. So we should wear mask and maintain social distance wherever we go. more  
WHO has made so many false statements and recommendations that are worthless and should not be trusted. There is no need to go crazy with masking. The Jay Bhattacharya is a brilliant epidemiologist from Stanford university has written research based articles that say, a healthy person without the symptoms such as cough should not wear mask. Especially children have more harm from regular mask wearing. more  
We love to disobey the rules and guidelines and every individual thoughts that it won't effect him. more  
If literates do not use their brains and do not follow the basic guidelines then no one in this world can save them. One cannot expect the government to do everything more  
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