The Hill reports:
The federal mask mandate for all transportation networks will be extended through September, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced Friday.
The mask requirement is for travel on airplanes, in airports, on buses and on rail systems. It went into effect in February with an expiration date of May 11, which has now been moved to Sept. 13.
President Biden signed an executive order on his first full day in office directing federal agencies to “immediately take action” to mandate the use of masks on trains, intercity buses, ferries and in airports.
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