Delta Air Lines said it would begin a new coronavirus contact tracing program in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The carrier said the initiative aims to keep international customers informed of potential COVID-19 exposure. In a press release, Delta said that,  along with its nine global airline partners, it is working with government agencies, health officials and aviation authorities to offer safer travel at every point in a traveler’s journey. The airline will begin asking customers to provide information for contract tracing beginning Dec. 15. That information includes full name, email address, US address, primary phone number and secondary phone number. The information will be sent to the CDC, allowing the agency to contact flyers who may have been exposed to the virus.