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Anti Covid Multifunction Plastic Object


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Anti Covid multifunction plastic object allows the user to safely use public transport, transport purchases, press buttons without touching objects. .. See More

  • Anti Covid multifunction plastic object allows the user to safely use public transport, transport purchases, press buttons without touching objects.
  • Helps keep hands safe and surfaces clean.
  • A very resistant plastic object that helps protect users' hands.




Additional information

DGS publishes guidance for public transport.

The Directorate-General for Health (DGS) published this Wednesday, May 20, an orientation with the procedures to be adopted in public transport, such as buses, subways, trains and taxis, in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the guidance, companies and public and individual public transport operators must have a contingency plan, which ensures technical advice to their employees, awareness of compliance with protection measures against Covid-19 and cleaning materials, masks and adequate personal protective equipment.

Operators must ensure the frequency increase and the adequate cleaning and disinfection of the surfaces, with special attention to the areas of greatest contact and exposure, as well as providing an alcohol-based antiseptic solution or another alcohol-based solution for workers and users. .

Municipal, intermunicipal or metropolitan transport authorities must also respect the restriction or limitation of passengers in accordance with the legislation in force.

On the other hand, users have to follow the adapted circuits, standards, safety and hygiene measures recommended in each means of transport, namely the use of a face mask, according to the legislation in force.

In addition to complying with the rules of respiratory etiquette, proper hand washing and physical distance, they must disinfect their hands before and after using public transport and minimize manual contact with surfaces.

Both during the waiting period and when using transport, passengers must guarantee the recommended physical distance from other people and electronic payment without direct contact should be privileged.

The guidance also establishes a set of specific rules to be adopted by companies, workers and users. Workers, for example, should automatically open doors on vehicles where this is technically possible, making stops at all stations / stops, in order to prevent users from having to press the door opening button, and prioritize the entry and exit of users through the rear door of the vehicle.

In individual transport, such as taxis and individual and remunerated passenger transport in vehicles not characterized by electronic platform (TDVE), drivers must, among other measures, transport passengers only in the rear seats and avoid direct and close contact with them. , keeping the window open to allow air to circulate.

Users of this type of transport, on the other hand, must place their own belongings in the luggage compartment autonomously and independently, keep their hands on their laps during the trip and avoid handling and touching the surfaces inside the vehicle and clean their hands before and after use.

To learn more, see:

DGS> Guidance | Covid-19: Transp Procedures


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