Yahoo: A White House official hinted vaccination or testing rules could be needed for domestic air travel.
- “We’re not taking any measures off the table,” the COVID-19 response coordinator Jeff Zients said.
- Zients was answering a question on whether some measures have been ruled out for domestic flights.
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COVID-19 vaccination or testing mandates could one day be needed for domestic air travel in the United States, a White House official hinted Friday.
“Overall, I think we have a very strong track record that shows we’re pulling available levers to acquire vaccinations and we’re not taking any measures off the table,” White House COVID-19 response coordinator Jeff Zients said during a virtual press briefing.
Zients made the remarks in response to a reporter’s question about whether COVID-19 vaccination or test requirements have been ruled out by the White House for domestic flights. Read More