Uber/Taxi Isolation Screen

Reducing the spread of germs and infection between passengers and drivers.

Passenger transport remains an essential service. It allows essential workers to get to and from their workplaces, as well as enabling other persons to access vital services such as health providers, pharmacies and supermarkets. The nature of taxi and ride-share services means that drivers are limited in their ability to maintain recommended physical distancing (at least 1.5 metres physically apart) from passengers, increasing the risks of them and their passengers being exposed to COVID-19.

Drivers and providers should do everything that is reasonably practicable to reduce the risks of their exposure and the exposure of passengers. Providers, drivers and passengers should implement control measures to minimise the spread of COVID-19 and ensure that other measures to address well-known work health and safety risks continue to be implemented.

 

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