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Uber, Lyft Drop Mask Requirement After Judge Voids Public Transportation Mandate

Ride-sharing companies also will allow riders back in the front passenger seat

Video shows some airline passengers cheered when carriers announced they would no longer be requiring masks on domestic flights after a Florida federal judge voided the Biden administration’s Covid-19 mandate. Photo: Brian Snyder/Reuters

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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