Corridor Business Journal: A proposal to institute what would become one of the nation’s first mandatory health screening requirements for airport passengers and employees at the Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids drew no public opposition at a public hearing Thursday night. Comments on the airport’s proposed Travel Well program ranged from words of appreciation to questions about how to report airport employees or others who don’t comply with a requirement to wear masks. The Travel Well plan calls for a temporary enclosure to be set up just before the TSA security screening area where all passengers will be required to receive a temperature check and answer health screening questions. Individuals who have possible COVID-19 symptoms will be sent to a secondary screening in a more private room.