Helping people to stay at home is the new role of Local Link Mayo rural transport services.
Local Link Mayo is offering a collect and deliver service, where possible, from pharmacies and local shops for passengers, delivering critical medical supplies to the elderly, the vulnerable and sick within rural areas.
With support from HSE and the National Transport Authority the response to Covid 19 includes working with Mayo County Council Community Response Team, An Garda Síochána, community and volunteer groups and a number of agencies to ensure the elderly and vulnerable members of the community can avail of a trusted and coordinated support services over the coming weeks and months.
The areas covered include Blacksod, Belmullet, Rossport, Geesala, Ballycroy, Bangor Erris, Achill, Mulranny, Kilmeena, Islandeady, Glenisland, Newport, Westport, Louisbugh, Knockmore, Lahardane, Crossmolina, Ballycastle, Kilalla, Lacken, Ballina, Attymass, Foxford, Swinford, Killasser, Cross, Kilmaine, Ballinrobe, Ballyglass, Ballintubber, Ballyhaunis, Kilkelly, Kiltmaigh, Claremorris and Knock. We may be in a position to include other areas depending on demand.
The Covid-19 situation continues to evolve in Ireland, and Local Link Mayo is aware that this uncertain period is concerning to many throughout the county. Local Link Mayo is following all guidelines issued by the NTA and continues to follow all public health guidelines issued by the Chief Medical Officer and the HSE.
If you need of such support contact Local Link Mayo on (094 ) 900 5150/(086 ) 029 3728 or email [email protected] between 9am and 5pm.