Uber, Lyft Drop Mask Requirement After Judge Voids Public Transportation Mandate
Ride-sharing companies also will allow riders back in the front passenger seat
Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. are no longer requiring U.S. riders or drivers to wear a mask.
The ride-sharing platforms’ decisions Tuesday come a day after a federal judge scrapped the Biden administration’s Covid-19 mask mandate for public transportation, on which the companies’ face-covering rules were based.
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