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Coronavirus: Lagos Ban Passengers From Standing Inside The Bus

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As parts of efforts to curb the spread of Coronavirus, the Lagos Bus Services Limited (LBSL) yesterday banned passengers from standing in buses

This was made know in a statement issued by the the LBSL’s Public Affairs Officer, Mr Afolabi Olawale.

Olawale said the decision was in line with the State Government’s directive to limit the number of persons in any crowd to a maximum of 50 across the state.

As efforts are being made globally to contain the spread of COVID-19, LBSL in conformity with State Government’s directives to avoid gathering of more than 50 people will henceforth restrict passengers from standing in all its buses.

“Prior to the index case of COVID-19 in the state and the subsequent directive from the state government, the company has always maintained high hygiene practices in all its buses.

He noted that due to the increasing spread, the company has started taking some more stringent decisions as part of efforts to contain and limit the spread of the virus.

Based on our usual operating standards, we would pay more attention to the cleaning of our buses.

“As we speak, we have enhanced our cleaning regime to ensure that all surfaces within our buses are properly disinfected, including the handrails, hand poles, seats, drivers’ cabin and dashboards,”

He further stated that the company was putting in place necessary parameters to check the possible spread of the virus



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