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SMART bus driver tests positive for COVID-19, company releases list of routes impacted

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Posted at 9:53 PM, Apr 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-02 22:00:41-04

(WXYZ) — A fixed route operator with SMART has tested positive for coronavirus, the company said Thursday.

The company has now released a list of routes the driver worked 14 days before testing positive.

SMART has cleaned buses and had multiple applications of the electrostatic microbacterial spray treatments of the buses, a release states. The spray treatment will continue to be ongoing in addition to nightly cleaning of buses.

Below is a list of potentially impacted routes.

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