Mask Rule Still In Effect For NYC Airports And Subway

The New York Daily News reports:

New York officials are taking matters into their own hands to keep masks mandated on public transit in the city after a Florida judge struck down a federal face-covering requirement as unconstitutional this week.

The state-controlled Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which operates the city’s subway and buses, the Staten Island Railway, the Long Island Railroad and the Metro-North Railroad, said it will continue to require all its customers to wear masks.

Masking will also remain required at New York’s major airports and transportation hubs, including JFK, LaGuardia, and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

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