As of Dec. 1, Delta Air Lines has stopped requiring medical professionals to furnish credentials before assisting passengers after an African-American doctor was blocked... Delta revises credentials policy after flight incident

As of Dec. 1, Delta Air Lines has stopped requiring medical professionals to furnish credentials before assisting passengers after an African-American doctor was blocked from aiding a passenger on a flight.

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