The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened 1.37 million people last Friday, the highest number of passengers screened on a single day since March 15, 2020, and well above the COVID-19 low of 87,500 passengers on April 14, 2020. Friday also marked the second of four straight days that the TSA screened more than a million passengers in a single day. While the increase is good news for the industry, there is still room to grow. The 1.37 million from Friday was still well below the 2.5 million passengers that the TSA screened on the same day in 2019. The Friday record came just a day before the US reached the milestone of administering 100 million COVID-19 vaccine doses. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidelines for fully vaccinated people last week warning that nonessential travel should still be avoided.