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Frontier Airlines to require fliers to pass temperature check before boarding

The airline announced Thursday it will screen passengers with touchless thermometers prior to boarding.

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Frontier Airlines will deny flights to passengers with high temperatures.

The airline announced Thursday it will screen passengers with touchless thermometers prior to boarding.

A person with a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher will be denied boarding, starting June 1.

Those who fail the screening will have the chance to rest if there's time and given a second check. If that's unsuccessful, the company said it will work with a customer to rebook a flight.

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The move comes as the airline, like others, is requiring fliers to wear face masks beginning Friday.