WASHINGTON, DC – The Biden Administration is considering a new face mask policy that is loosely being referred to as the “just one more day” program. The policy, if successful would continue to extend the requirement to wear face masks on airplanes and other forms of transportation for just one more day.
After receiving stiff pressure from the head of the Association of Flight Attendants Union along with several politicians from New York City and California, the Biden Administration is considering a new program called the “just one more day” policy.
Under the new guidance, the requirement to wear a face mask or face covering during air travel, on trains or buses, will simply be extended for “one more day.”
The theory, as explained by Sarah Nellson, the current head of the union who has applied lobbying pressure on the President and his team, is simple: Most people can deal with things in small quantities. One more trip? Fine. One more day? Ok, not the end of the world. Tell them the policy might last for another month? More in-flight incidents,” she said, “We think small doses of continued population control will be the most effective.”
Nellson, however, is apparently alone in her views. Quite literally every flight attendant currently serving, those now retired, most of whom were fired during the early days of the pandemic, and even dead flight attendants who have resurrected themselves in seances to voice their opinions against continuing the policy. Literally, everyone wants it to end.
Notably, the famed medical professionals and pandemic experts who also appear in movies and television shows as actors agree. Strident face mask supporter Bark Muffalo even took to Twitter in opposition to continuing face mask requirements on airplanes. “Look, we made our point. We can control the masses if we really want to. But, it’s time to stop,” he shared with the hashtag #StopTheMask.
Even travel bloggers who vociferously virtue signaled throughout the pandemic by posting pictures of them wearing their masks while they continued to travel are against any further continuation of the policy.
“Enough’s enough!” said one anonymous travel blogger, “Like I said all along, the air circulation on planes is sufficient.”
The same blogger later remarked — off the record — he was a little concerned that removing the face mask requirement might cause a major reduction in in-flight incidents which, in turn, could reduce click-bait traffic on his blog and force him to start pimping credit cards a little harder.
No word on if the “just one more day” policy will actually be implemented, however some unverified scuttlebutt that this is part of a plot by pandemic expert Dr. Sauci to remain relevant. No official comment was released at the time of press by the Biden Administration.