COVID-19 Updates from Skagit Transit and links to community resources
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Skagit Transit Updates
COVID Safety Updates!!!
Skagit Transit is committed to the safety of our riders and has implemented additional disinfecting methods when cleaning the vehicle fleet daily.
We are asking our riders, on both fixed route and paratransit, to help us keep our drivers healthy by doing the following:
Ride the bus for essential trips only
On Fixed Route buses, please exit the bus through the back door, unless using the ramp
Cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing
Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Stay at home and do not ride the bus if experiencing the symptoms of an illness
We care about the health and safety or our riders, drivers, and community.
We need your help to ensure we can continue to provide bus service by helping to keep our transit employees healthy.
Facemasks are recommended, not required, to ride
Links to Community Resources during the COVID-19 emergency
To visit the Skagit County Public Health website on COVID-19, please click HERE.
Food Banks- Skagit Transit has compiled a list of the food banks and how they are functioning under social distancing. Please review our LIST to find out how to use transit to reach the food banks and how they are working.
The Food Bank at the Mount Vernon Manor is temporarily suspended. Individuals in need of food assistance can call Mary to discuss options. Mary can be reached by cell for limited assistance on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at: 360-391-9815.
Schools Distributing Food- Some schools are distributing food to students who qualify for free and reduced lunches. To see which schools are involved and how you can take Skagit Transit to reach them, click HERE.
The following link is for free telehealth services provided by Skagit Regional in Skagit County.
(They have Spanish speakers available)