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COVID-19 Resources

Safety is a top priority for both our drivers and riders. We adhere to all local government safety regulations related to taxis and for-hire vehicles.

Curb Tips For Riding Safely

Drivers and riders must wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth for the duration of their trip.
Sit in the back seat and open a window.
Close the partition if there is one.
Pay contactless with the Curb app.
Not feeling well? Stay home and rest.

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Driving forward together

Transportation shouldn’t be a barrier to vaccination. That’s why we partnered with the City of New York to help transport thousands of essential workers, the elderly, and those with disabilities to their vaccination appointments.

Through our partnership with the city’s leading healthcare organizations and agencies, we’re able to provide safe transportation to those who need them most, as well as give our taxi drivers more opportunities to earn during these challenging times.
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NYC Driver Vaccination Requirements

On December 13, 2021, a new Health Order was announced. The Order requires that private sector workers, including TLC-Licensed Drivers and Operators, be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Beginning December 27, 2021, workers who perform in-person work or interact with the public in the course of business must have proof they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Workers will then have 45 days to get their second dose. To schedule a vaccine appointment, visit COVID-19 Vaccine Finder website.
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CDC Transit Safety Orders

For public health safety, the CDC and local government agencies have issued orders that help prevent or slowdown the spread of COVID-19.

These regulations require all people to wear masks while at transportation hubs (e.g., taxis, rideshare, airports, bus or ferry terminals, train and subway stations, seaports, U.S. ports of entry, and other locations where people board public transportation in the United States and U.S. territories), including both indoor and outdoor areas.

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Have questions?

If you have any questions regarding Curb's COVID-19 policies or safety tips, please feel free to reach out to our support team.