How companies are responding to traveler mask mandate ruling

Posted on AllSides April 21st, 2022
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ANALYSIS

Monday's court ruling striking down the federal traveler mask mandate was met with mixed reactions as companies scrambled to respond.

Driving the news: Several airlines — including the four largest in the U.S. — Uber, Lyft and Amtrak dropped their masking requirements following the Transportation Security Administration's announcement that it will no longer enforce a mandate.

Other transit services did not take immediate steps and say they're awaiting further guidance from the government.

State of play: United, American, Delta and Southwest Airlines all announced that mask requirements would be suspended in the U.S., and on select international flights, effective...

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