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New COVID-19 rules for Glenora Ferry

Transport Canada announced additional measures effective today for ferry users and staff during the COVID-19 outbreak.

-All common areas will be closed. This includes washrooms.
-No walk-ons will be accepted for boarding, this is applicable to all foot traffic, bicycles and motorcycles.
-All passengers must remain in their vehicles.
– All passengers are asked to undertake a health screening self-assessment which will be comprised of answering four questions posted at the boarding entrance.
Any passenger showing any symptoms of COVID-19 will be denied boarding and directed to report to the appropriate medical facility to seek further guidance.

If the response (or non-response) to any of the four questions below results in the answer that is in bold, then a denial of boarding should be applied.

1. Do you have a fever and a cough? If YES or passenger refuses to answer, deny boarding.

2. Do you have a fever and breathing difficulty? If YES or passenger refuses to answer, deny boarding.

3. Have you been refused boarding in the past 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19? If YES or passenger refuses to answer, deny boarding.

4. Are you the subject of a provincial/territorial or local public health order? If YES or passenger refuses to answer, deny boarding.

Provincially-owned ferries in eastern region are deemed to provide a service essential to island communities and continue to operate.

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