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Valenciaport Establishes A COVID-19 Security Protocol At The Baleària Terminal For End-of-course Trips

Valenciaport establishes a COVID-19 security protocol at the Baleària terminal for end-of-course trips

València, June 9, 2021 – The Valencia Port Authority (APV) and the Baleària company have established a joint protocol before the departure and entry in the coming days of groups of students on end-of-year trips that will embark on the ferries of the company. Faced with this influx of passengers to the Baleària terminal, both the PAV and the shipping company have established that the arrival of
groups at the port of València and the company’s facilities must take place in buses, hired by the trip organizers, to allow boarding such as disembarking in an organized way and without causing crowds. The access of private vehicles to the terminal is prohibited in order to avoid the concentration of people due to the measures to prevent COVID-19. For this reason, students who make this trip must inquire at their educational center or institute of the departure points of the bus service. In addition, the operation also establishes measures to maintain the safety distance and other anti-COVID-19 protocols. According to the shipping company, as of this Friday, June 11, the arrival of groups of students to the Balearic Islands is scheduled. In addition to the measures installed by Baleària on board its ferries and facilities, this protocol has been adopted to reinforce the safety of passengers and port workers. Especially, a significant volume of people is expected on June 11, 12 and 13 for departures, and on 17, 18 and 19 for arrivals at the València terminal. The operation is scheduled to last until June 28. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de València (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia)

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