Commuting in Lagos during a pandemic.Parizzo Webmaster
As we know, our life has changed because of COVID-19 , but how will commuting in a busy city like Lagos look as we start to go back to the workplace with or without a vaccine.
The problem with public transport is that there are many people in poorly ventilated buses and everyone is often seated tightly packed in the danfo. This can invite the spread of different types of diseases, including COVID-19. This problem is worsened by people who refuse to wear masks even though it is scientifically regarded as a valid protection against the virus’s spread.
The dilemma is whether to take the risk and put up with it, or convince your fellow commuters to wear a mask. In a danfo with at least 12-15 people, this is perhaps a futile endeavour. Even if you succeed, sitting so tightly packed will probably eliminate any advantage of wearing masks.
Fortunately, there are alternative options while commuting during COVID. Your car is the safest and most convenient option, but the downside is increased fuel costs, which could significantly increase your expenses. It is also likely that you do not own a car. The good news is that there is a solution to this. You can still commute safely and affordably during Covid.
By carpooling with Parizzo, there is increased safety as you make your daily trips to work and back home. Parizzo connects Car owners and Passengers along the same route allowing them to commute safely.
As the number of passengers is limited to a maximum of three, passengers maintain an appropriate distance. Passengers can also decide to leave the windows open to allow for more airflow or regulate the intervals at which this can be done.
Additionally, contact tracing is easier with carpooling. Best of all, riding with Parizzo is affordable because passengers split the cost of the trip.
Commute safely, book your trip with Parizzo today.
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