The way of life is slowly changing. From the way things were at workplaces to the distance learning, and even to how one should dress up to protect themselves from COVID-19. Strict protocols have been regulated now that the new normal is here.
People have already figured out how to communicate and work from a distance, which is utilizing online platforms but as for travelling, there are still a lot of things to alter and improve on
Victory Liner, Inc.―one of the largest provincial bus companies in the Philippines―has given the internet a sneak preview of their “new normal” buses en route to Baguio.
We can't wait to see you again. Here is a sneak preview of Victory Liner's 'new normal' buses for the Baguio…
Aside from the barriers installed, Victory Liner has also implemented strict guidelines to further curb the transmission of COVID-19. Commuters who don’t wear face masks and face shields are refused to be given service.
This set-up is showcased a “new normal” way of transportation to provincial areas. Riding a public vehicle with barriers surely have never crossed the minds of the Filipinos. Back then, the things that most concerned passengers were the comfortability, the Wi-Fi connection, or even the movie screening that the bus offers. But now, especially for those who will be travelling provincial soon, they will be faced with a 1x1x1 seating configuration with individual acrylic shields. It may not look that comfortable for a long ride, but it will surely help people be safe from transmitting the COVID-19.
Photo Credit: Facebook/Victory Liner, Inc.