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Covid-19 Client Notice

Avalon Bus Services

MOTORCOACH OPERATOR AND CLIENT SAFETY PROTOCOLS

In response to COVID-19 Avalon Bus Services has implemented the following safety measures to promote the health and safety of our customers and employees:

  • Motorcoach Operators must wear a mask at all times while on duty
  • Passengers must wear a mask at all times when on board our buses, no exceptions
  • Client must designate one passenger as “Group Leader” of the passengers on each bus and will be held responsible for upholding this policy for their passengers
  • Passengers must maintain social distancing while on board, entering or exiting the bus
  • Passengers should seat themselves with social distancing in mind
  • To meet social distancing guidelines, we recommend passenger capacity per bus be no more than 50% but this is ultimately up to  the Client and Group Leader
  • The first row of seats on both sides of the bus behind the driver will not be open for passengers and must remain empty for the entirety of each trip
  • We are practicing social distancing and additional cleaning protocols at our facilities
  • In addition to hand sanitizer being provided as requested by passengers, we are installing permanent stations within all Motorcoaches as they become available
  • Avalon Bus Services has implemented an updated daily bus cleaning and disinfecting process including:
    • Utilizing an EPA approved disinfectant chemical
    • The wiping down of all high touch surfaces and mopping the floor
    • Wiping down the restroom

REMINDERS FROM THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

  • The best prevention is not to be exposed to the virus. Stay home when you feel sick.
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth

 

Avalon Bus Services follows the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in
response to COVID-19. Avalon Bus Services also provides their clients with these guidelines, such as
through social distancing measures. Nevertheless, it is up to the client on whether they choose to follow
the guidelines. Because Avalon Bus Service isn’t responsible for enforcing these regulations, it is at the
risk and discretion of the client if they choose to use Avalon Bus Services. You accept all liability for any
possible COVID-19 illness on the bus when you sign our contract.

 

For questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at infonw@avalonbus.com

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