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Wearing masks on US planes made mandatory after court intervention |  Abroad

Wearing masks on US planes made mandatory after court intervention | Abroad

In response to the judge’s decision, the Joe Biden government announced that it would not pursue the mask duty. A White House spokesman said the government still recommends wearing masks on flights and at airports.

Airlines United and Alaska immediately announced that passengers would no longer have to wear masks on their flights. “Mouth masks have been as important as boarding passes for the past two years, without which you would not be able to board a plane. But as of today, it is optional. We’re glad to see your smiling face again, and we understand that some may have mixed feelings. Please be kind to each other and realize that wearing a mask while traveling is still an option, “said Alaska Airlines.

American Airlines and Delta have also announced that they will follow suit. “Since the corona virus is considered a normal flu virus, we are relieved that the mask is no longer mandatory. Thank you for your support in fulfilling the tough work we have done over the years to protect each other and our customers, ”Delta said.

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