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Thank you for your trust, compliance, and understanding as we have made our way through the COVID-19 pandemic; together we have made our transit community a safer place. We have implemented several new operational standards surrounding customer and operator safety since the beginning of the pandemic that we will continue to use as we move forward, and we are committed to continue protecting all Everett Transit customers in the best way we can.
As of April 18, 2022 the Transportation Security Administration will no longer enforce its Security Directives and Emergency Amendment that was put in place on January 29, 2021. The CDC recommends that transit customers continue to wear masks while aboard public transportation, but the mandate will no longer be enforced.
Everett Transit values the safety concerns of all our transit customers and operators, and while masks are optional aboard public transit, we will continue to encourage transit users to mask as needed. Additionally, Everett Transit will continue to supply masks onboard Everett Transit buses— while supplies last.
Thank you for continuing to make Everett Transit a welcome place for all.
Federal Transit Administration | Federal Mask Requirement for Transit
Transportation Security Administration | Coronavirus Information
Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 Data Dashboard
Everett Transit is dedicated to helping our community safely get to essential appointments, including vaccination appointments. As you board simply inform the bus operator that you are traveling to or from a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
Below is a list of COVID-19 vaccine locations within Everett.
- CVS Pharmacy
- Kaiser Permanente
- Rite Aid Pharmacy
- Safeway Pharmacy
- Sea Mar Everett Medical Clinic
- Walgreens Pharmacy
- Walmart Pharmacy
Find the closest COVID-19 vaccine locations near you by visiting: VaccineLocator.doh.wa.gov
We appreciate your help and understanding and encourage all passengers to continue following these rules:
- Wear a mask as needed
Effective 04.18.2022 - The Transportation Security Administration will no longer enforce its Security Directives and Emergency Amendment. the CDC recommends that transit customers continue to wear masks while aboard public transportation, but the mandate will no longer be enforced.
- Clean/wash your hands
Hand sanitizer is an inexpensive and easy way to help prevent the spread of C-19.
- Remember to cover your cough or sneeze
It may sound simple but limiting the amount of projectile can go a long way in creating a safer travel space.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
- If you can; stay home if you’re sick.
This is not easy to do for many of us but in order to keep you, your fellow passengers, our drivers, and your work place from spreading illness, communicate with your company/organization to possibly work from home or take a sick day.
We encourage you to contact local, state, or federal health authorities with questions or concerns regarding COVID-19.
Washington State Department of Health
Washington State: Mask Mandate Update [02.28.2022]
Transportation Security Administration | Coronavirus Information [Dec. 6, 2021]
Update: CDC / Health Department Mask Order for Transportation Providers and Customers
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Nightly Sanitizing: Continued
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Federal Transit Administration - FAQ
Health Officer’s Order NO. 20-059