COVID-19 Service Updates – FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED
Federal law requires all customers wear a mask covering the nose and mouth while at our facilities and onboard our buses. Masks must also be worn between sips and bites when customers are eating or drinking. Refusal to wear a mask is a violation of Federal law and may result in denial of boarding or removal from our facilities or buses and passengers may also be subject to penalties.
Face masks with valves or vents, bandanas which are unsecured under the chin, and plastic face shields (by themselves) are not allowed under Federal law and are not accepted as approved face coverings. Our employees are wearing approved masks at our facilities and our drivers are wearing masks on board while scanning tickets and interacting with customers.
If you don’t have an approved face covering of your own, see how to make one here (opens in a new tab). The only exception to the face covering requirement is for customers younger than 2 years old. If you are unable to wear a face covering for any reason including a medical condition please see our ADA exemption guidelines here, otherwise we regret that you will not be able to travel on Southeastern Stages at this time. This is for the safety of all passengers and SES employees.
Southeastern Stages is committed to providing a safe, economical and clean environment for all of our customers and employees. Please see the attached flyer for a brief overview of our cleaning and care plan (clean care flyer).
Additionally, we continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and our interline partners such as Greyhound to control the possible spread of any virus. Please visit the Greyhound website (https://www.greyhound.com/en/help-and-info/travel-info/peace-of-mind) for more detailed explanations.
All passengers will be required to wear face covering/masks while onboard Southeastern Stages or Greyhound buses.
Please continue to monitor this webpage for further updates and information.