Useful Tips for Traveling on GOVA

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Wear a face covering

Face coverings are required on GOVA, where it may be difficult to maintain a physical distance of two metres from others.

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Physical distancing

When travelling on GOVA, practice physical distancing and spread out as much as possible.

Waiting at a bus stop or platform?   Maintain a physical distance of two metres between yourself and other riders. 

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Practice good hand hygiene

Wash your hands often. 

If water is not available use hand sanitizer.

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Practise proper cough etiquette

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw used tissues into the garbage right away. 

If you do not have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your sleeve.

Don’t touch your face!

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If you are not feeling well or you think you have Covid-19, please stay home.

Adopt new habits

If you can, avoid the crowds by travelling during off-peak periods. Always carry hand sanitizer and a spare face covering.  We also recommend that you avoid eating and drinking while on public transit.