COVID-19 UPDATE – Mask Mandate
Greetings from The Wolf Pack!
We are open for business and looking forward to having you back out on the road with us. We trust you and your family are well and successfully navigating these challenging times. Wolf’s has been working hard to do everything to keep our passengers and employees safe. As we have slowly been getting our motorcoaches back on the road, we want to share our thoughts on some of the things we have been doing, but first we must share the COVID-19 Customer Travel Notice: MASK MANDATE. Please read below and view the attached links to other pages to help answer any questions you have. This order went into effect on 2/1/21 and is issued till May 11, 2021. Any individual not following the Mask Mandate may result in authorities being notified and that person being removed from the vehicle immediately.
The recent Presidential executive order, on Promoting COVID-19 safety guidelines requires that ALL passengers MUST wear a mask while boarding, throughout the duration of their trip, and when exiting the motorcoach. You must also wear a mask while visiting our Wolf Den in York Springs.
Wolf’s travelers have always appreciated our commitment to maintaining the cleanliness of our motorcoaches. Now we have implemented even more steps and products in our daily cleaning processes to further sanitize and help stop the potential spread of sickness. We have added ultraviolet lights in our on-board filtration systems. We will have been utilizing Ozone Air Purifiers and an Ultra-Low Volume Fogger Sprayer in the disinfection process during the daily cleaning of the buses. Our Drivers will also be taking extra measures to help keep the bus sanitary while out on trips. The driver will be wiping down the bus with Clorox/Lysol Wipes when passengers are at their events. They will be focusing on areas frequently touched by passengers such as arm rests, head rests, door handles, entrance step railing, restroom door handles, restroom grab handles, cup holders, overhead luggage compartments, overhead handrail, window ledges, etc. We will continue to monitor the guidelines set by our government and the CDC as well as any future technology developed that may be effective in the sanitizing of our buses.
COVID-19 Customer Travel Notice: MASK MANDATE
ON JANUARY 21, 2021 THE PRESIDENT ISSUED AN EXECUTIVE ORDER ENTITLED “PROMOTING COVID-19 SAFETY IN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL.” TSA HAS PREPARED SECURITY DIRECTIVES (SD) FOR AIRLINES, AIRPORTS, AND SURFACE PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION TO IMPLEMENT THE EXECUTIVE ORDER AND THE ORDER FROM THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC) ISSUED ON JANUARY 29, 2021. IT APPLIES TO PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, PASSENGER RAILROADS, AND OVER-THE-ROAD BUSES OPERATING ON SCHEDULED FIXED-ROUTES.
THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THE SECURITY DIRECTIVE IS 11:59 PM EST ON FEBRUARY 1, 2021 AND IT WILL EXPIRE ON MAY 11, 2021.
THE DEPARTMENT HAS POSTED A FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AT THIS WEBSITE: https://www.transportation.gov/safety/mask-travel-guidance
HELPFUL COVID-19 LINKS:
ASSUMPTION OF RISK
By traveling with Wolf’s you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. You confirm that you have read and understand the warning concerning COVID-19 in order to utilize Wolf’s Bus Lines and entering onto Wolf’s premises. You further confirm that these services are of such value to you, that you accept the risk of being exposed to, contracting, and/ or spreading COVID-19 to utilize Wolf’s services and premises in person.
WAIVER OF LIABILITY
By use of our service, you hereby forever release and waive your right to bring suit against Wolf’s Bus Lines and its owners, officers, directors, managers, trustees, agents, employees, or other representatives in connection with exposure, infection, and / or spread of COVID-19 related to utilizing Wolf’s services and premises. This means you give up your right to bring any claims including for personal injuries, death, disease or property losses, or any other loss, including but not limited to claims of negligence and give up any claim to seek damages, whether known or unknown, foreseen or unforeseen.