Earlier this week, when a judge ruled that the federal mandate requiring passengers to wear masks on airplanes was unlawful, many domestic airlines and airports stopped requiring their customers to wear them.
Nearly all of the major airlines – including American, Delta, United, and Southwest – dropped the requirement, as did some high-profile, high-traffic airports, such as Dallas Fort Worth, Miami, and Newark.
This alone was already going to confuse things, as the ruling was predictably controversial, so much so that some areas and airports have decided to keep mask requirements in place.
For example, those living in the New York City
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