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Re: When will Covid safe away coach travel be possible?

By Taimour (WeHateWombles)6/9/2020 16:25Sun Sep 6 16:25:23 2020In response to When will Covid safe away coach travel be possible?

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Thanks John for opening this discussion. In some ways, when we consider coach travel, we are at the heart of current confusion/lack of evidence over the extent to which risk can be mitigated. The smaller Supporters Club coach doesn't have windows open/ventilation so that is one issue; nor, as you note, is it big enough for everyone to be significantly spaced out. Unless we used a 50-seater and paid more.

Equally, all passengers could be required to wear masks (for what it's worth).

Since i have been using tube, trains and buses in London for work, i suppose i would in principle travel on a supporters coach if it was offered for tricky midweek aways and the like, although i'd be sincerely wary of whether i was the risk factor for others older or more vulnerable than myself. I'd be interested to hear from the other regulars.

The alternative (for those of us who don't drive) is away travel in shared cars (not ideal either) or train (not always available and not always safe either, we must presume).

No easy answers.