Cherriots driver on the pandemic: ‘Anxiety that leads to preparedness then action and response’

Despite a major disruption to services early on and a host of new riding requirements, Cherriots buses have kept on rolling. 

After six years of driving for Cherriots, Vicki Morris recognized the gnawing feeling of anxiety that came with the news that COVID-19 had reached Salem-Keizer.

Coming into contact with loads of strangers everyday in the midst of a highly contagious, sometimes . . .

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