Latvia plans to launch separate railcars for vaccinated
It is planed to launch a separate public transport for the vaccinated in Latvia.
The Latvian government has decided to allow carriers to organize separate public transport routes only for those with a COVID vaccination certificate. Passengers are allowed not to use protective masks, reports the railway magazine Railway Supply citing urm.media.
In addition to the COVID certificate, passengers will also be able to present a negative PCR test result or a certificate of a recent illness.
According to the government decision, separate railcars for vaccinated passengers may appear on the trains. Note that in Ukraine, the government announced that quarantine restrictions will not apply to vaccinated people.
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