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  • Writer's pictureChez Mckenzie

How we're handling COVID-19!

We’ve made it safe and efficient to travel during this period in time. In this blog post we’ll share the things we have added to make your trip a safe one.

What we Are Doing to Protect You from COVID-19

Vehicle Care

  • All vehicles are cleaned daily using a disinfectant solution of bleach and aerosols (Lysol) for surfaces inside the cabin area.

  • Vehicle passengers are limited to a 2:1 ratio inside each vehicle.

  • All vehicles are sterilized after each completed reservation with a mix of disinfectant wiping and aerosols (Lysol).

Driver Care

  • All transportation professionals under-go a daily temperature check to ensure they have no sign of virus infection.

  • All drivers are required to report any sign of the cold or fever.

  • All drivers are required to wear face masks and reduce physical contact with clients.

  • Hand sanitizing agents are present in every vehicle, it is required for use both by passengers and driver.


How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19

Practise Good Personal Hygiene

  • Wash hands with soap and clean water or sanitise with an alcohol-based rub frequently, but especially after coming into contact with someone exhibiting flu-like symptoms; before and after preparing food; before eating and when hands are visibly dirty.

  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing.

  • Discard tissues and properly wash fabrics that have been used to blow the nose.

Practise Food Safety

  • Thoroughly cook meat and eggs.

  • Thoroughly wash fruits and vegetables.

  • Avoid unprotected contact with live animals and animal carcasses.

  • Use clean utensils and surfaces when preparing food.

  • Properly wash hands before and after preparing food.

  • Do not consume animals that are sick or that have died of disease.

Jamaica through the Ministry of Tourism, The Jamaica Tourist Board and the Tourism Product Development Company, has released additional information on safety measures taken for the re-entry of travellers to the island.

click here to learn more.

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