It is good you are stepping up your cleaning process at the end of the day, but that doesn't help anyone between flights. Just read an article about a woman who was infected, but guess it didn't show, and she flew from China to Chicago, then got on Amtrak. So the people that got on the plane after her could be infected, the person that sat in her seat has an ever greater chance of being infected. The flight crew that went through picking up could be infected. It would be better if SW, well all airlines, took more time to clean the plane, disinfect, between flights. As we board, we are always told to get out of the aisles asap, so people can continue to board. But if we are taking time to wipe down seats, arms, tray tables, windows and any other surfaces around us that might have been contaminated we are still going to slow down the boarding process being in the way. I might wipe down the tray, but now I need wipe down everything around me. I would much rather the SW crew took the time to go through and sanitize seats, tray tables, arms, window shade, the seat's overhead air/light fixtures/buttons. Or find a way to add a disinfectant spray to the planes that you can turn on that will mist down all surfaces. OR someone walks through the rows misting down the plane. It would probably be more efficient for the SW crew to handle it than depending on passengers. Especially, since you want us to be aware of the type of wipes we are using. Also, consider giving passengers the closed can/bottle, maybe get the small cans/bottle.
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