The Urgency of Public Transportation in Terms of Supervision in Accordance with Health Protocols

Authors

  • Endriy Artem Faculty of Pediatrics and Public Health, Donetsk National Medical University, Ukraine
  • Voktir Busyedin Faculty of Pediatrics and Public Health, Donetsk National Medical University, Ukraine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47667/ijppr.v2i4.114

Keywords:

Public Transport, Health Protocol, Society

Abstract

The goal of this study was to ascertain the critical nature of public transportation under the supervision of a health protocol. During the COVID-19 pandemic's New Normal phase, the government issued an appeal addressing health procedures for individuals who are active in public spaces or who use public facilities. This protocol also applies to the public transportation industry, specifically the bus industry. Health rules for bus use must be strictly adhered to and monitored in order to prevent the virus from spreading. The health protocol is implemented to offer a sense of security for public bus riders without jeopardizing the quality of service. A series of laws limiting capacity and enforcing strict adherence to health protocols for all modes of public transportation

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Published

2021-10-13

How to Cite

Artem, E., & Busyedin, V. . (2021). The Urgency of Public Transportation in Terms of Supervision in Accordance with Health Protocols. International Journal Papier Public Review, 2(4), 39-45. https://doi.org/10.47667/ijppr.v2i4.114