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Maintaining safe and sustainable transport operations during the Corona Virus pandemic (COVID-19)

What measures should be adopted to maintain revenue-flow and protect the users of public transport in light of the challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic?

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Jul 23 2020, 10:03 am   Hitler Odhiambo O.
Thank you for this topic.
Martin Luther King said, "We can sweep the whole world clean, but only if everyone sweep their part " I strongly belileve that if our matatu operators and the passangers can play their role effectively, be disciplined,adhered to the MOH and WHO regulations, then, our transport services can get back to full operation. I think, this is the time that every passenger arm themselves with pocket- size hand sanitizers, quality mask, and stand up for their life, be ready to condemn common illegalities conducted by the matatu operators.
The matatu operators on the other hand should adopt the culture of sanitizing their passengers, reduce congestion both at their stages and inside the matatus,every stage should have at least a thermogan, spray their matatus regularly and follow the guidelines strictly. Of course the government should also come in, there's a need.. This is the time that every affected party must know, respect and play their respective roles effectively while aiming at one goal; kuangamiza korona.
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Jul 23 2020, 10:03 am   Hitler Odhiambo O.
Thank you for this topic.
Martin Luther King said, "We can sweep the whole world clean, but only if everyone sweep their part " I strongly belileve that if our matatu operators and the passangers can play their role effectively, be disciplined,adhered to the MOH and WHO regulations, then, our transport services can get back to full operation. I think, this is the time that every passenger arm themselves with pocket- size hand sanitizers, quality mask, and stand up for their life, be ready to condemn common illegalities conducted by the matatu operators.
The matatu operators on the other hand should adopt the culture of sanitizing their passengers, reduce congestion both at their stages and inside the matatus,every stage should have at least a thermogan, spray their matatus regularly and follow the guidelines strictly. Of course the government should also come in, there's a need.. This is the time that every affected party must know, respect and play their respective roles effectively while aiming at one goal; kuangamiza korona.
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Jul 23 2020, 10:04 am   Hitler Odhiambo O.
Thank you for this topic.
Martin Luther King said, "We can sweep the whole world clean, but only if everyone sweep their part " I strongly belileve that if our matatu operators and the passangers can play their role effectively, be disciplined,adhered to the MOH and WHO regulations, then, our transport services can get back to full operation. I think, this is the time that every passenger arm themselves with pocket- size hand sanitizers, quality mask, and stand up for their life, be ready to condemn common illegalities conducted by the matatu operators.
The matatu operators on the other hand should adopt the culture of sanitizing their passengers, reduce congestion both at their stages and inside the matatus,every stage should have at least a thermogan, spray their matatus regularly and follow the guidelines strictly. Of course the government should also come in, there's a need.. This is the time that every affected party must know, respect and play their respective roles effectively while aiming at one goal; kuangamiza korona.
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