Lyft requires drivers and riders to wear masks

Lyft requires drivers and riders to wear masks

Now when you order a car, you have to worry about catching and transmitting COVID-19.

That’s why Lyft announced Thursday it’s requiring both riders and drivers to wear masks. In the Lyft app, you’ll have to go through a checklist of personal safety commitments before you can ride or drive. 

Before you get in the car, you have to assure Lyft that you are symptom-free, and that you’ll wear a mask, keep the front seat empty, and roll down the windows for airflow. You can cancel a ride if you’re concerned about a driver (or a rider) not wearing a mask. If someone keeps violating the mask rule they can get suspended from Lyft. Read more…

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