(CNN) — Jessie Festa was seated on an Alaska Airlines flight at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport waiting to take off for Pasco, Washington, when a flight attendant announced wearing masks during the flight was no longer required. “The reaction around me was jubilation,” Festa, a travel blogger who lives in New York City, wrote via email. “Everyone started cheering and ripping off their masks.” Festa, 35, said she initially removed hers, too, “as the exciting feeling was almost contagious.” Then she slipped it back on.
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“You need a full refund,” wrote one commenter after viewing the footage of the messy vacation home.
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‘We look forward to seeing many faces, masked or not.’