CDC orders mandatory masks on airlines, trains and public transportation

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is mandating for the first time that passengers must use masks on airlines, trains, taxis and other public transportation.

Failure to wear a mask will be considered a federal offense, giving transportation companies extra leverage to enforce mask mandates they’ve already had for months.

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RThe sweeping CDC mandate was issued late Friday and takes effect Monday night, covering not only public transportation but also bus terminals, airports, train stations, subway stops and ride-share cars.


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