Coronavirus: If you travel in taxis and cabs, then take these precautions.
Updated: Jun 28, 2020
Thousands of working people across the country use cabs every day. At the same time, the corona-virus spreads through physical contact (activities like shaking, hugging), sneezing, coughing, contact with an infected person, and without contact with the infected person.
These parts are connected in a taxi
Actually, before taking a taxi you come to its physical contact. During this time you come in direct contact with the outside and inside door handles, power window buttons, window closing and opening levers and seat. Apart from this, AC knobs, vents and buttons are also touched. Don’t know how many times you adjust them in the journey. You are not alone in doing this, many people touch them throughout the day. In such a situation, if an infected person has touched them, then it can be dangerous for you.
Driver can refuse
All taxi drivers must use masks and handkerchiefs, as infection from an infected person can also spread to them. This disease is also spread by coughing and sneezing. However, Prime Farnham Taxis have issued a directive stating that if the driver suspects a person to be infected with the corona, he can refuse to place it. Prime Farnham Taxis has given an exemption to the driver that he can cancel the trip on suspicion.
Carry these things with the driver
However, Prime Farnham Taxis has shown its commitment to fight the coronavirus. We have instructed our drivers to keep a sanitiser bottle in their car. Also, drivers have a surgical mask with disposable hand gloves, So it will surely be a commendable step for the betterment of the customers. At the same time, riders should also keep disposable hand gloves and newspapers with them, so as to avoid contact with commonly touched parts. At the same time, they can place old newspapers on the seat. Also, definitely sanitise the hands after the ride. Sanitiser should be used in which the pH level of alcohol is more than 50.
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