DPT Reminds People To Follow Regulations

August 11, 2020 | 2 Comments

The Department of Public Transportation [DPT] is reminding passengers to follow COVID-19 regulations while onboard buses and ferries.

A government spokesperson said, “To re-emphasize – all passengers must wear a face mask and maintain a minimum of 3 feet physical distancing. 

“When choosing your seat, passengers must adhere to seating arrangements that ensure appropriate physical distancing. Keep your face mask on at all times. The relevant guidance can be found on the Government website. The DPT thanks the public for their cooperation and understanding.”

Covid-19 Public Transportation Regulations

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  1. Gary E Wilson says:

    It might be a good idea , to ask for teachers to ride the bus and assist younger students with the concept of social distancing..that is the early morning runs. drivers cannot do it all…further insructions can be given at school assemblies.

  2. Gary E Wilson says:

    It might be a good idea , to ask for teachers to ride the bus and assist younger students with the concept of social distancing..that is the early morning runs. drivers cannot do it all…further insructions can be given at school assemblies.

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