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Face coverings are compulsory on Hovertravel

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The changes in the law require public transport operators to refuse travel for those who fail to wear a face covering.

Following the Government announcement delivered by the Transport Secretary, Hovertravel passengers must wear face coverings from Monday 15 June.

The changes in the law require public transport operators to refuse travel for those who fail to wear a face covering.

Passengers using Hovertravel must wear their face coverings for their entire journey including: when entering and whilst in Hovertravel’s terminals, during boarding and disembarking the hovercraft, whilst on the hovercraft and on the hoverpads at Ryde and Southsea.

For more details on face coverings please visit gov.uk/government/publications/how-to-wear-and-make-a-cloth-face-covering/how-to-wear-and-make-a-cloth-face-covering and to see how Hovertravel is protecting its customers and staff please visit: hovertravel.co.uk/more-info/help-us-to-help-you-travel