First Bus has announced that from 15th June passengers must wear a face covering or mask when travelling on its buses, in line with new government rules.

From this week, the company has also begun using a new, long-lasting sanitising treatment across its entire fleet, which kills Coronavirus on surfaces for up to 28 days. Buses will be treated with the environmentally-friendly product every 28 days, in addition to the daily disinfection of all customer touchpoints onboard.

A guide on how to make a mask can be found on the First Bus website.

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