Delta Air Lines announced today it will require passengers to “to wear a face mask or appropriate face covering” when traveling on the airline.
The rule is a “temporary requirement” and goes into effect on Monday, May 4.
Delta will supply masks — but encourages passengers to bring their own.
Passengers will need face masks (or other coverings) pretty much everywhere during their Delta travels. Per the airline, this includes:
- check-in lobby
- Delta Sky Clubs
- boarding areas
- jet bridges
- on board aircraft for entire flights – except meal service
Children and others “unable to keep a face covering in place” are exempt from the requirement.
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