The US has extended the mask rule until mid-April to include passengers on flights to and from the country as well as airports.
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Brits are aiming American Holidays in the coming weeks will still be required to wear masks on flights until mid-April, as well as at airports.
The US government has announced that it will extend the mask rule through mid-April, meaning that all passengers on flights to and from the US will be required to wear masks throughout their journey. , as well as inside airports. on both sides.
The assignment was originally due to end on March 18, but has been extended for a month.
A statement from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) read: “As recommended by the CDC, the TSA will expand the security directive to the use of face coverings on public transport and centers. traffic center for a month, through April 18.
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“In the meantime, CDC will work with government agencies to help inform a revised policy framework on when and under what circumstances masks should be worn in public transit corridors. Revised framework. This will be based on COVID-19 community levels, risk of new variants, the latest national and scientific data. We will publicly announce any updates if and/or when they change.”
The majority of airlines around the world still require passengers to wear masks on flights, regardless of their destination.
However, in recent days, both Jet2 and TUI have changed their face covering policy on flights departing or arriving in the UK and Northern Ireland. On these routes, passengers will no longer wear masks, unless a destination specifically requires it – as is the case with the United States.
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The rules vary depending on the destination, so to help you out, we’ve also highlighted a few masking rules for top tourist attractions including France, Spain, Greece, Turkey and many more countries before the Easter holiday.
At the time of writing, the US is open to fully vaccinated Britons over the holidays. Travelers will need to show proof of vaccinations and will also have to take a Covid test within 24 hours prior to departure.
Unvaccinated Britons will not be able to enter the country unless they fall under certain exceptions.
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You can find out more at the Foreign Office Latest US travel advice.
Of course, the United States has long been a favorite among UK holidaymakers. Have a lot of Classic American Holidays to enjoy whether you take a trip along 66th Street, party in Las Vegas, go sightseeing in New York City, or take in the awe-inspiring sights in best national park.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/usa-canada/face-mask-rules-passengers-flights-26446433 The regulation on masks for passengers on flights to the US has been extended for another month