Dubai Taxi installs isolators to avoid Covid-19 risks

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April 6, 2020

April 6, 2020

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The Dubai Taxi Company has begun installing transparent plastic protection screens in its fleet to ensure a full separation between drivers and passengers as a further preventative measure against the transmission of Covid-19 during journeys.

The vehicles already undergo daily sanitisation and disinfection after each use, hand-sanitiser dispensers are always available on board, and drivers wear masks and gloves, as well as following strict guidelines about opening and closing vehicle doors to minimise potential coronavirus infections. The installation of the plastic isolators is another initiative by the Roads and Transport Authority to safeguard the health of the community.

Dubai Taxi is offering a 50 per cent discount on fares to essential workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The UAE has reported 277 new cases of the virus on Monday, bringing the total confirmed instances in the country to 2,076.

23 more patients have recovered, but the Emirates reported its 11th death from Covid-19.

Updated: April 6, 2020 11:02 PM

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