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A video of Eliz Orban, weeping inconsolably while alleging that she along with her entire family were recently kicked off a flight because her two-year-old daughter refused to wear a face mask has gone viral. The mother documented the alleged incident on video, and it didn’t take too long for it to go viral after she uploaded the same to social media.
Her age is unclear.
Eliz Orban And Her Family Kicked Off Flight
Eliz Orban and her husband boarded the jet from Denver to Newark with their little girl. The parents were masked up and tried hard to get their daughter to wear the mask, but she wasn’t having it. Watch the video … Eliz’s husband pretty much did everything he could … to no avail.
That’s when a flight attendant came up to them and announced they were being booted from the jet. Eliz’s husband tried explaining he did his best, and he was more than willing to cover his daughter’s face, but the flight attendant wouldn’t budge. They had to go.
Now get this … United wouldn’t remove their luggage from the cargo hold, and that included their daughter’s car seat. And, on top of that, Eliz says United has permanently banned them from flying.
These are the mixed messages that are driving folks crazy. Governors are keeping pre-schools open because they say small kids don’t pose much of a risk, yet this happens. The CDC has recommended children over the age of 2 should wear face masks, but this kid is 2.
Orban said that the trip was planned and synchronized keeping in mind the schedules of their close friends and extended family. All of them were planning to meet in New Jersey, including some they hadn’t met in a decade. The friends and family were flying in from Cleveland and Slovakia to meet up on the weekend, according to her.
Orban also said that she and her husband are premier silver members at United, but are now banned from flying on United Airlines. She also noted that the World Health Organization advises that children up to 5-years-old shouldn’t wear masks. In August this year, regarding masks for children, WHO had written, “Children aged 5 years and under should not be required to wear masks. This is based on the safety and overall interest of the child and the capacity to appropriately use a mask with minimal assistance.” United Airlines in their rules have only exempted children below 2 years old from wearing masks. The airlines have yet to respond on the matter.