translated from Spanish: Bus drivers make a stoppage because health protocol is not met

The drivers of the collective company DOTA, which operates in the City of Buenos Aires and some neighborhoods of the conurbano, made a surprise stoppage to demand compliance with health protocols to carry out their work. The protocol was published in the Official Gazette through the National Transport Regulatory Commission (CNRT) as there is greater movement of people on public transport at the new stage of quarantine. 

DOTA drivers report that the measures are not being complied with and do not receive the necessary protective elements, so they decided to go into unemployment. The protocol provides for the delivery of part of the company of alcohol, alcohol in gel or «any other input recommended by the Ministry of Health in easily accessible places» and deliver daily from minions to drivers and all employees working in the different terminals.

We reiterate #Colectivos #DOTA with interrupted lines and tour suspensions, for trade union problems.
Lines :28; 44; 101; 5; 8; 23; 56; 76; 91; 135; 20; 117;161;188; 21; 108; 31;146;100;115;134;130;7; 50; 107; 57 60; 74; 79; 177; 51; 78; 87; 111; 127; 106; 168. #transito—BA Transit (@batransito)
April 30, 2020

The unemployment impacted more than half of the fleet of bus lines operating in Buenos Aires city and others that reach the Conurbano bonaerense. The dota company’s bus lines in the City are 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 9 – 10 – 20 – 21 -23 – 24 – 25 – 28 – 31 – 3 44 – 50 – 51 – 56 – 57 – 74 – 76 – 79 – 84 – 91 – 99 – 101 – 106 – 107 – 10 8 – 117 – 130 – 135 – 146 – 150 – 161 – 164 – 168 – 177 and 188.In the province it is 256 – 263 – 271 – 299 – 370 – 384 – 385 – 388 – 403 – 405 – 421 – 429 and 435.

Original source in Spanish

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