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Masks no longer required at Fort Wayne Airport and on Citilink buses


FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): Masks will no longer be required at Fort Wayne International Airport and on Citilink buses after a federal judge in Florida struck down the federal mask mandate on public transportation.

Citilink says they will continue to provide masks on all buses and in facilities for any rider or staff member who would like to use one.

Meanwhile, the Fort Wayne International Airport (FWA) will no longer require masks for passengers, visitors and employees. Also, the TSA will no longer enforce masks to be worn inside the terminal building.

The moves for both FWA and Citilink are effective immediately.

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1 comment

James Brown April 19, 2022 at 11:47 am

If you still want to wear one…wear one. This should’ve been the process the entire time, especially now that Johns Hopkins and even CDC warned that masks are not a sure thing, and that ‘trendy’ cloth masks do not work at all, and may even be harmful to children.

Thank god for that federal judge (appointed by Trump). Let the hate begin!


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