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  • Anti-maskers spark air-rage epidemic in the US
  • Anti-maskers spark air-rage epidemic in the US
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Anti-maskers spark air-rage epidemic in the US

Air rage has soared in the US, as the FAA has reported unprecedented numbers of in-flight passenger altercations for 2021. The phenomenon is exacerbated by conflicting mask guidance and a vacation-starved populace at a pandemic fatigue breaking point.

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