White House Won’t Rule Out Mandating Vaccine For Domestic Air Travel

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The Biden White House has refused to rule out extending its vaccine mandate to cover domestic air travel.

On the day that U.S. airports re-opened to fully vaccinated international travelers for the first time in 20 months, the possibility that Americans using them would also have to be fully jabbed remains open.

After she was asked about vaccine mandates for domestic travel, White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded, “We say this all the time – everything is on the table.”

“We just don’t have an announcement to preview right now on this,” she added. “So I don’t have anything more to share on the domestic travel.”
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