Find out if your airport is among the most likely to spread disease.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have released a study showing which airports are most likely to spread disease.
The study factored in the airports that are flown to the most, the time spent between connections, geographic location and how long travelers have to wait for planes.
Researchers emphasized the first 10 days of a public health emergency, usually the critical period in preventing a global pandemic, and relied on three years of U.S. air travel data to determine which airports are most likely to spread disease.
Find out if your airport made the Top 10:
10. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
9. Miami International Airport
8. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
7. Dulles International Airport (Washington, D.C.)
6. O'Hare International Airport (Chicago)
4. San Francisco International Airport
3. Honolulu International Airport
2. Los Angeles International Airport
1. John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York)
Check out the rest of MIT's study here.
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