Responsible Travel: Dos and Don’ts on Bus Travel


Here are the dos and don’ts that need to be followed during this pandemic.

Responsible Travel: Dos and Don’ts on Bus Travel

As intercity bus services gradually resume, the ability to travel is a huge relief for millions of people across the country. However, there will be a significant difference in how we view bus travel in the future.

Experts suggest that covid19 is here to stay and therefore it is up to all of us to keep it at bay by strictly adhering to and following all safety, social distancing and personal hygiene precautions and guidelines.

Although travel is inevitable for most people, there are clearly defined guidelines that, when followed diligently, will not only help control the spread of infection, but also ensure the safety of long distance travel in the world. bus.

Responsible Travel: Dos and Don’ts on Bus Travel

As we implement and adapt to new safety standards, redBus shares some of the dos and don’ts of bus travel that travelers should consider:

To do :

  • Book your bus tickets online to avoid unnecessary contacts
  • Always have your own masks and hand sanitizers
  • Make sure your temperature is normal before any trip
  • Always wear your masks inside the bus and make sure you cover your nose properly
  • Make sure you disinfect your hands regularly, especially before getting on and after getting on a bus
  • Use tissues when sneezing and coughing
  • Sneeze or cough up your sleeve if you run out of tissues
  • Bring your own sheets, blankets and water bottles for long distance or overnight trips
  • Download the Aarogya Setu app (highly recommended)
  • Be up to date on guidelines issued by the state you are traveling from and the state you are traveling to

Not to do :

  • Do not travel if you are unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19
  • Do not touch your face, nose and mouth often
  • Do not remove your mask unless necessary inside the bus
  • Do not touch grab bars, switches, buttons, headrests, armrests if possible
  • Do not dispose of disposable handkerchiefs / masks / gloves or other protective equipment inside the bus

To counter covid-19, it is essential to instill a responsible travel culture among passengers. All it takes is a little discipline and responsible behavior, which, when displayed collectively, can make a huge difference not only to ongoing efforts to contain the virus, but also to make a difference. bus trips a safe experience for everyone.

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