Any other year, Americans would be gearing up for the big Thanksgiving travel weekend; traffic jams and long lines at the airport would just be a reality of life. But TSA is quiet at Raleigh Durham International Airport, where the pandemic has cut air travel by two-thirds. Tested host Leoneda Inge talks with passengers and an RDU spokesperson about the changed travel landscape.
Plus, North Carolina has distributed 75,000 rapid COVID-19 tests to colleges and universities in the state. We’ll hear from students at UNC-Chapel Hill about whether they’ll go home for the holidays, and what they’re doing to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.