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Union president calls Halifax Transit’s social distancing signs ‘smoke and mirrors’

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Two Halifax transit drivers test positive for COVID-19, union calls for vaccine priority In a news release sent Monday evening, the municipality said it was continuing to monitor and respond to the “rapidly evolving effects of COVID-19.” As part of its response, it plans to install signs on alternating seats on buses and ferries to “encourage passengers to appropriately distance themselves while traveling.”The municipality notes other measures, such as increased cleaning of high-touch surfaces and installing polycarbonate shields next to the bus drivers, are already in place.But Wilson says none of these measures deal with the fact that passengers are getting on buses using the front door, that they’re interacting with drivers while.

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