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COVID-19: See what we’re doing to keep you safe

In the News: June 29th, Maritime Bus seeing more demand as opening of Atlantic bubble closes in

Featured on CBC, Mike Cassidy shares ticket sales as the opening date of the Maritime Bubble approaches.

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In the News: June 11th, It's Time

 Featured on CBC, Mike Cassidy talks about the safety measures taken for motorcoach travel in a Maritime Bubble during Covid-19.

Featured on CBC, Mike Cassidy shares his plan to install partitions on 50 coach buses that operate throughout Atlantic Canada.

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COVID-19 What We Are Doing

To All Passengers,

As Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus passengers, your safety has always been and remains a number one priority. We want to provide you with information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and what Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus is doing in response.

A Pandemic Preparedness document has been developed, ensuring that our COVID-19 preparedness and protocols are aligned with current public health authorities and Transport Canada’s recommendations.

From the beginning of the coronavirus, we have been in contact with other transportation agencies in the Province to ensure we are aware of and aligned with guidance regarding public transportation. We have increased our disinfecting practices for motor coaches in addition to existing infection control practices such as hand sanitizer availability in stations and heavy duty cleaning of motor coaches.

We have implemented additional sanitization practices on our motor coaches that include a disinfecting wipe down of all public touch areas on motor coaches after every trip.

It is all our responsibility to work together to reduce the spread of infection. We encourage those who can, to practice social distancing measures (avoid crowds), wash hands with soap and water, cough into elbows and to stay home and contact your doctor or local health unit if you exhibit symptoms associated with COVID-19.

The Public Health Agency of Canada has assessed the public health risk associated with coronavirus as low for Canada. We recognize that this is an evolving issue and we are committed to providing you with up-to-date information as it becomes available.

The best place to get the most accurate information for Canadians is by visiting the Government of Canada’s website where the Public Health Agency of Canada has the most up to date information regarding the outbreak and information on symptoms, treatment, prevention and risk www.canada.ca