If you must travel, follow these measures

Stay safe and only travel if you must. If you do travel, you must wear a face mask and follow the safety guidelines to protect yourself and stop the spread of Covid-19.

Don't travel if you're vulnerable

Don't travel if you're vulnerable

Do not use public transport if you are sick or older than 60 years

Wear a mask

Wear a mask

Wear a mask for extra protection against the spread of the virus

Cough and sneeze into a tissue

Cough and sneeze into a tissue

Cough and sneeze into a tissue or your elbow, then wash or sanitise your hands 

Avoid contact with others

Avoid contact with others

Avoid contact with others - stay 2m away from other passengers

Open the windows

Open the windows

Open the windows of the vehicle to allow air to circulate

Avoid contact with your face

Avoid contact with your face

Do not touch your face, especially your eyes, nose and mouth

Wash your hands

Wash your hands

Wash your hands often with soap for 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser, including before and after using public transport

Avoid touching surfaces

Avoid touching surfaces

Limit contact with surfaces like hand rails and doors

Use exact money

Use exact money

Use exact money for fares to limit contact with conductors and money

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