As missionaries, we find ourselves traveling a lot and it is important to keep up with the latest travel regulations. In 2020, Covid restrictions hit missionaries hard with ever-changing policies that often led to confusion, missed flights, and canceled reservations due to not knowing the latest requirements for flights.
According to a report, the US might be bringing back some pre-covid restrictions as early as next month. Whistleblowers from both the TSA and Border Patrol have reported to Infowars citing a Tuesday meeting “in which TSA managers were told new memorandums and policies were being completed that would reimplement masking, starting with TSA and airport employees as early as mid-September.”
The report goes on to say that the “TSA official” reported that the policy is expected to escalate by mid-October to mask-wearing required by “pilots, flight staff, passengers, and airport patrons.”
These new regulations, if true, would fall in line with the timeline of new mainstream media reports regarding the new covid-virus variant. The new covid varient is called Eris or EG.5 and is being tracked closely by the WHO and EU.
Ironically, the new name Eris is also the name of the greek goddess of strife and discord.