Uber and Lyft send drivers safety guidelines on how to prevent the spread of the coronavirus

Updated: Jan 25

On Friday Uber and Lyft sent drivers short set of guidelines via the driver apps. The guidelines mainly stick to the basics outlined by the World Health Organization.

However, Both companies told drivers if they should be sick to stay home especially if they are having respiratory symptoms, or a fever of 100.4 degrees or above. They also advised drivers to wash their hands frequently with liquid soap and water for at least twenty seconds. Along with use hand sanitizer with at least sixty percent alcohol, and to avoid touching their faces.

The companies also told drivers to cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or their elbow, and to disinfect commonly touched surfaces in their cars.

They also warned drivers not to let the coronavirus become an excuse to discriminate against races

| Uber's safety guidelines | Lyft's Safety guidelines |



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