Masks Now Optional At The Orlando International Airport
On Tuesday morning, the Orlando International Airport announced that they will be dropping their mask mandate. Starting today, masks will be optional.
The statement reads:
A federal judge ruled against the CDC’s ruling for the extended mask mandate. The mandate was supposed to be extended through May 3, but that is longer the case.
“It should’ve happened about a year ago. I travel internationally multiple times a month and it’s ridiculous,” one passenger told WESH news in Orlando, Florida.
“Great to see a federal judge in Florida follow the law and reject the Biden transportation mask mandate. Both airline employees and passengers deserve to have this misery end,” Florida’s Governor, Ron DeSantis tweeted.
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