By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – With COVID-19 concerns on the minds of many, the holiday travel rush is ramping up. The Transportation Security Administration has screened more than 2 million people at airports nationwide for five days in a row. 

TSA anticipates 30 million people to travel by air through Jan. 3.

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Travelers should arrive early at Philadelphia International Airport for their flights.

You should arrive at least two hours before departure for domestic and three hours for international flights.

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They advise you not to travel with wrapped gifts and instead use gift boxes or bags.

If a gift sets off the screening machine, it will have to be unwrapped.

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Masks must be worn both in the airport and on planes.