There’s a NEW Mask Policy at Orlando International Airport

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There have been a LOT of changes over the past few month when it comes to face masks.

Face mask signage earlier this year in Disney World

Disney World is no longer requiring face masks on any transportation, certain airlines have changed their mask policies, and Uber has even changed their mask requirements. And now, a major change has been made to face mask requirements at Orlando International Airport. 

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is no longer requiring masks to be worn on public transportation or in transportation hubs like airports. Orlando International Airport posted about the change today saying face masks are now optional in their airport and facilities.

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The full statement from TSA says in part that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to recommend that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings at this time.

Previous face mask signage

Several major airlines have also changed their face mask policies, including American Airlines and Delta Airlines, who are no longer requiring face masks for select passengers. Read more about these changes here.

Some airlines have dropped face mask requirements

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