TJ Taxi services – COVID 19 POLICY

All our Taxis are MPV type, so you when you travel In a TJ Taxi you will have distance between you and the driver, please ensure when travelling you are with family and if you would like to pay by card please indicate this when booking. Taxi Cowes with TJ Taxi Services

TJ Taxi Services are working closely with our clients needs for Hospital appointments or for shopping trips, we are also available if you wish us to collect any food orders you place, or may be good`s from B&Q, so you can soldier on with the spring tidy up. Taxi Cowes with TJ Taxi Services.

We Sincerely hope all of our customers new and old can remain safe and healthy and we look forward to seeing you all again soon

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Regards  Terry Jones  TJ.

 

 

 




You can read more information on the
government’s website.

www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Wash your hands regularly with soap
and water.
If you do not have soap and water you
can use hand sanitiser. Hand sanitiser is
a gel you rub on your hands to clean
them.

Face coverings

 go over your nose and
mouth. They can help to stop
coronavirus from spreading. Face
coverings can be called face masks too.
You can read more information on the
government’s website.
www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Rules on face coverings

The rules say most people in England
must wear a face covering on public
transport.
Public transport are things like:
• Bus or coach
• Train, tram or tube
• Plane, ferry or ship
• Taxis
Most people must also wear a
face covering in transport hubs.
Transport hubs are places like:
• Airports
• Railway stations
• Bus, coach and tram stations
• Sea port terminals

Note

If you do not wear a face covering you
might be breaking the law.
If you are breaking the law you may
have to pay a fine.
You might be stopped from getting on
public transport or going into a transport
hub if you do not wear a face covering.
Some people don’t have to wear
face coverings. Here are some of
the reasons why:
• You have a disability that means you
cannot wear one
• have breathing problems
• It makes you feel very distressed and
upset
• A deaf person needs to read your lips
• You are 11 years old or younger

Support bubbles

If you live alone or are a single parent
you can visit friends or family in
1 other house.
This is called your support bubble.
In your support bubble you can:
• Go inside each others’ houses
• Stay overnight
You do not have to social distance or
wear a face covering when you are
together. You can hug each other if you
want.
live alone and have carers who
come to your house, you can still make a
support bubble with 1 other house.

Important

• Don't travel if you have coronavirus
or you think you have it
• Do not travel if you have been told
to shield.
If you have stopped shielding and
there are local restrictions, you might
have to shield again
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