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This is how a flight attendant sang with joy at the end of the masks | Digital Trends Spanish

A particular situation was experienced on a commercial flight in the United States, which quickly became viral. A flight attendant singing with joy at the court order that allowed the end of masks to prevent the COVID-19 on airplanes and other passenger transport.

It all happened by order of United States District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, who struck down the mask mandate on Monday, April 18, arguing that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had exceeded their statutory authority.

For this reason, a flight attendant revolutionized the networks by singing “Throw away your masks”, on a plane full of relieved passengers.

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the end of the #maskmandate has this plane singing

🎶 Throw away your masks 🎶 pic.twitter.com/BvvCNLE6Ts

— Guy P.Football (@Guy_P_Football) April 19, 2022

The end of the special preventive mandate against COVID-19 could also be observed at airports in the United States. For example, in the Boston terminal, another tweet shows how posters were placed announcing the end of the mandatory use of the mask.

The signs are coming down inside Terminal A at Logan Airport. Masks no longer required #WCVB pic.twitter.com/98Q5Dr17Hi

— Matt Reed (@MattReedNews) April 19, 2022

Another record shows the emotion of another flight attendant who delivers the news that after two years of restrictions, masks can be put aside.

Plan applauded as the stewardess announced the end of the mandate. She broke into tears as she got to take off her mask for the first time in 2 years 😭 pic.twitter.com/WlCpZk30QM

— Kyle Mann (@The_Kyle_Mann) April 19, 2022

Delta, Southwest, American, Spirit and JetBlue, along with small regional airlines are some of the companies that have already decided to bow to the end of the mask requirement. Southwest posted on its website that employees and customers will be able to “choose whether they prefer to wear a mask,” encouraging people to “make the best decision for their personal well-being.”

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