COVID-19 Service Update

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COVID-19 Service Update – Feb 28th 2022

Face Coverings are no longer mandatory but are still advisable on public transport services.

COVID-19 is still with us and there are critical components which still require our collective response:

  • isolate if you are symptomatic (even if you are fully vaccinated and boosted) or if you are diagnosed with COVID-19
  • complete your primary and booster programme of vaccination
  • continue to manage risk for yourself and others who are more vulnerable. You can do this by wearing masks, physical distancing and avoiding crowds as well as maintaining basic hand and respiratory hygiene

The following public health advice will continue to be important:

  • the continuation of mask wearing on public transport
  • the continuation of mask wearing in healthcare settings in line with evolving national guidance
  • continuing infection prevention and control measures in early learning settings, school-aged childcare and schools, including ventilation, hygiene measures and advice to stay at home if symptomatic
  • current arrangements in place in respect of the schools’, early learning and school-aged care facilities’ antigen testing programme will also continue

For more information see the web site : Public health measures coming into place on 28 February

Kelly Travel will continue with the following Covid-19 Protocols:

  • Each bus will be cleaned and disinfected after each service, paying particular attention to common touch surfaces.
  • The government’s return to work protocol is being followed by Kelly Travel.
  • Kelly Travel is following the public health advice issued by the authorities in relation to the COVID-19.

We will update this customer information guide as new information becomes available.

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