Kerry Cancer Support Group Manager, Breda Dyland with a message of reassurance for both the Transport to Treatment users and the charity’s supporters for the times we’re living through.
“As you can imagine our service users are in the midst of what is a very anxious time at the moment,” said Ms. Dyland.
“We want to reassure them and future service users that we continue to keep up to date with all of the guidelines and will keep our transport to treatment services on the road.
“I would really appreciate it if this announcement would be included your publications and /or on your website/social media outlets.
“It is really important to get this message across to this vulnerable group at this time,” said Ms. Dyland.
Kerry Cancer Support Group Statement
“Our supported transport services to Cork and Limerick will continue to operate in line with Government and HSE guidelines.
Capacity will be limited to maintain physical distancing. Physical distancing protocals are also being adhered to at treatment centres.
Protective gloves and sanitizers are being provided along with latest information on the bus.
The bus is cleaned and disinfected daily and in both Cork and Limerick before return journeys. Where capacity exceeds required levels additional bus will be provided.
We are in constant contact with stakeholders for a with updates.
Anyone with concerns or i9f people need further information or simply a reassuring call – please contact: 066 71 95560 – where there is always one of our team on hand to talk to you.
The Road to Recovery Doesn’t Stop. We will continue ‘Transport to Treatment’ at this difficult time.”