Officials: Connecticut Airport Authority to no longer require face masks inside airports

The Connecticut Airport Authority says it will no longer require face masks in airports following a new court ruling and changes to the enforcement across the transportation industry.
The CAA wrote in a statement, "effective immediately, the CAA will no longer enforce a mask mandate at our airports. We will continue to coordinate closely with our regulatory partners regarding any additional changes."
A decision by a federal judge in Florida to throw out a national mask mandate in public transportation across the U.S. created a patchwork of rules Monday that vary by city and mode of transit.