Face coverings to be compulsory on Public Transport as capacity increases

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE NATIONAL TRANSPORT AUTHORITY Sunday, 28 June 2020 Face coverings to be compulsory on Public Transport as capacity increases...
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Covid-19 Stay Safe Guidelines

As we move into phase 2 for the re-opening of Ireland, the NTA have issued the following guidelines in relation to travelling on pulic transport...
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“Very Happy with the service, I do some shopping, have lunch and meet some family” – Offaly Passenger

“We are picked up at the door and dropped off there again, it’s a great service and always on time. Without community transport I would have no other way to travel” – Laois Passenger

“this service has the added advantage of the good care, attention, courtesy extended by the bus drivers which is very important and appreciated” – Ballycumber Passenger

“See friends, made new friends – especially since my husband died. I get mass every Tuesday at 1pm in Tralee, can get my shopping not out all day. The service brings me my door”. – Laois Passenger

“The service is essential to non drivers, people who do not have cars, the elderly who would be house bound without the use of this service. The Drivers are courteous and helpful at all times. This is something that is sadly lacking on the public services” – Offaly Passenger