DENVER (CBS4) – Denver International Airport officials say they will no longer enforce a federal mask mandate after the TSA announced it will, too, no longer enforce the mandate on public transportation.
DIA shared Monday night via Twitter, “Masks are no longer required at DEN and we will be removing mask signage (which might take a bit of time).”
DIA also noted that many destinations may still require masks, so they advise that people still carry one.
We have been informed by the TSA that they will no longer be enforcing the national mask mandate at airports. As a result, masks are no longer required at DEN and we will be removing mask signage (which might take a bit of time).
— Denver Int’l Airport (@DENAirport) April 19, 2022
The rapid change followed a decision by a…
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