Jetblue Mask Policy - First Airline Trending Over New Flying Etiquette That Begins Next Month - Discoverdior
How much are they going to charge people for their branded coverings if a passenger doesn't have one?
JetBlue becomes the first major U.S. airline to announce it will require passengers wear a face covering during travel. Discoverdior
So the Democrats started a pandemic so they could lose there jobs and loved ones because they don’t like Trump. The two most affected areas and people are in California and New York. Two of the bluest states in the country. The people who have been the leased hit by all this is the Rich white Republicans.
JetBlue will require all passengers to wear a face covering during travel starting on May 4, according to a statement from the airline. It's the first major US airline to take such a step, according to a major flight attendants' union.
The thing Republicans need to worry about is that if all the Democrats would vote . There are way more Democrats in this country than Republicans.
We’re basing our response on case fatality rate, not the infection fatality rate. Open the country...
- Gov Cuomo released data that 14% of 7,000 randomized individuals tested positive for covid antibodies. These individuals didn’t know they ever had it.
- The population of NY (2019) was 19.45 million
- 14% of the population is roughly 2.7 million.
- Confirmed Covid deaths in NY: 17303
- Mortality rate on those figures is 0.06%.
Strine observed many passengers were sitting side by side and not wearing masks. She posted a video to Twitter, which as of Monday evening, has been viewed almost two million times - -strengthening union calls for more protection and more aggressive policies on social distancing.
Traveling on JetBlue will be a bit different come next month!
“Wearing a face covering isn’t about protecting yourself, it’s about protecting those around you,” said Joanna Geraghty, president and chief operating officer at JetBlue, in a press release.
“This is the new flying etiquette. Onboard, cabin air is well circulated and cleaned through filters every few minutes, but this is a shared space where we have to be considerate of others. We are also asking our customers to follow these CDC guidelines in the airport as well.”
The new policy requires that passengers wear a face covering over their nose and mouth throughout the trip, including during check-in, boarding, and deplaning, according to the airline. Passengers will be notified of the requirement by e-mail before the journey and again at the airport through announcements and signage. Young children who are unable to keep the coverings on their faces are exempt from the requirement.
No reason at this point to still not have one. That’s like getting on a plane these days & actually needing to purchase those cheap earbuds...stuff everyone should have by this point. Thoughts?