See full answer If you need to travel to get medical care, the safest way to travel is by ambulance, air ambulance, or private vehicle. If you use paratransit services, call ahead to notify the service of your illness so they can take precautions to protect the driver and other staff; no other passengers should share the vehicle. Wear a mask while around others. Don't travel on commercial vehicles (bus, taxi, rideshare), trains, airplanes, ships, or boats while sick. If you test negative for COVID-19 but you are still sick, delay your travel until you're well – other contagious diseases can spread through travel too.