CDC Says Public Transportation Mask Mandate No Longer In Effect

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Bloomberg reports that the CDC says the national mask requirement on public transportation is no longer in effect, citing a Florida court ruling against the measure.

The CDC says it will not enforce the mask order but continues to recommend that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings.

As a reminder, the U.S. Senate voted 57-40 last month to overturn the public health order requiring masks on airplanes and other forms of public transportation, drawing a veto threat from President Joe Biden.

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1 year ago

Wouldn’t it be nice to know what’s REALLY behind all this? As The Bible commands, ‘Be vigilant. Watch.’

1 year ago
Reply to  Kit

Exactly. Remember the rebellious evil one that was cursed and turned into a serpent in the Garden of Eden in an act to destroy the Divine Signature of YHVH on the DNA of Adam & Even? Well, that destruction has never stopped even after Noah’s flood?
Now it’s here in full force – Watch the evil that’s being done us (humanity).

Robert Blake
Robert Blake
1 year ago

Uber dropped their mask mandate the same day, for drivers and passengers, said if you’re uncomfortable with it they will cancel the ride.
Delta, Southwest, American Airlines, and whatever the fourth big one is in the US have been hounding Congress about ending the mask requirement for weeks now. All are now “free air breathing” again, with the exception of maybe 1 passenger in 30.