Labrador Marine Inc.
FACEMASKS MANDATORY ON QAJAQ W AS OF SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th
(Happy Valley-Goose Bay) – Labrador Marine Inc. (LMI) stated today that in line with new provincial public health orders, the wearing of non-medical face masks will be mandatory for all passengers on the Strait of Belle Isle ferry service.
Under the provincial order, beginning with the first crossing on Saturday, face masks must be worn in all indoor public spaces, including ferries. The following rules apply:
• Non-medical face masks must be worn at all times on the vessel except when passengers are eating or drinking.
• Mask wearing is recommended for children under 5 but is not mandatory.
• Mask wearing is not required for passengers with medical conditions, facial deformities, skin conditions, cognitive impairment, and respiratory problems.
“Labrador Marine Inc. appreciates the cooperation and patience of our passengers as we work through the COVID-19 pandemic,” states LMI General Manager Capt. Austin Daley. “We ask for your continued cooperation as we return to mandatory mask wearing. By following these public health orders, we keep our people and communities safe and ensure that this essential ferry service continues uninterrupted. Please approach our onboard or onshore staff if you have questions or concerns.”
Capt. Austin Daley
General Manager Labrador Marine Inc.