Although business activities have been suspended by the novel COVID-19 outbreak, there is a need for essential workers to travel around the UK areas to attend the most vulnerable people.
Also, there is a need to deliver foods, amenities, and medical materials to vulnerable people and medical centres in the UK. All these activities call for the need for minibuses for COVID-19 travel in the UK.
At United Minibuses & Coaches, we have several COVID-19 minibuses adaptions for hire that you can use to convey essential workers around the UK, and medical supplies and food from any supermarket or supplier to vulnerable people.
We have 9-, 10-, 12-, 15-, and 17-seater minibuses that are very suitable for COVID-19 travel as well as picking up and delivering food parcels. We also have vans for hire for larger supplies or a surplus of goods.
Here at United Minibuses & Coaches, we understand the current situation and some of the effects that the novel COVID-19 pandemic has on most organisations. Hence, we have a wide range of minibuses for hire to address some of the current transportation or travel concerns and issues that you may have while dealing with COVID-19.
More maximum health safety for passengers, our minibuses offer safe passenger access with antibacterial/alcohol-based hand sanitizer dispensers, clear Perspex separation screens for each passenger, air extraction units for extra airflow and ventilation, etc.
To hire a suitable minibus for your COVID-19 travel, please view our minibus and coach hire section. Alternatively, you can please e-mail email@example.com or call 01293 781000 to speak to one of our friendly customer service agents.
Capped number of riders on board to ensure social distancing. We will provide larger vehicles than your current provider at no extra cost.
Complimentary hand sanitiser available for all passengers in all of our vehicles
Deep vehicle cleaning every day, and hard surfaces disinfected after each journey
Drivers wearing PPE at all times with a contact tracing tool available in the event of infection
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