Alaska Airlines will require a new flyer health agreement at check-in beginning June 30 as part of a Next-Level Care program, which includes 100 measures to ensure the safety and well-being of travelers and employees. The agreement will verify that passengers haven’t exhibited COVID-19 symptoms during the past 72 hours or come into contact with anyone who is symptomatic, as well as agree to bring and wear a face mask or covering. The carrier also extended its policies of blocking middle seats and capping cabin seating at 65% through July 31. Larger groups can request to sit together by calling reservations. Face masks are required for all travelers 12 and over, and for all airline employees. Customers are expected to bring their own masks and wear them at the airport and during the flights. Personal hand sanitizing wipes will be available onboard starting in July.