TSA Increases Fines Up To $3,000 For Air Passengers Refusing to Wear Mask

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The maximum fine that domestic travelers within the United States are subject to if they do not wear a mask has doubled to $3,000, according to the Transportation Security Administration. First-time offenders are subject to fines between $500 and $1,000 while repeat offenders may be fined between $1,000 and $3,000.

The intent behind this move, according to TSA Administrator David Pekoske, is to “reinforce the importance of voluntary adherence.” He added that it was also done to “maximize

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