Masks Optional At San Antonio International Airport After Federal Ruling

San Antonio International Airport

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Masks are now optional for travelers at San Antonio International Airport. On Monday, a federal judge in Florida overturned the CDC's mask mandate for planes and other public transportation, ruling the CDC didn't have the authority to impose the mandate. By Monday evening, several major carriers had made masks optional on board. San Antonio airport officials said the mask requirement was dropped effective immediately.

Masks are also no longer required in the Austin airport or on the bus. The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and Cap Metro announced yesterday that face coverings are now optional after T-S-A said they would no longer enforce the policy.

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