Thu, 26 Mar 2020 08:55 - Updated Thu, 26 Mar 2020 12:40
COVID-19: Daily train trips decrease
Luanda - The Luanda Railway (CFL) company has decreased its daily trips from 17 to 8, which represents a reduction of 30 per cent of its capacity, in the ambit of the preventive measures being taken against the Covid-19 disease.
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Luanda Railway (CFL) company train
Photo: António Escrivão
According to a note from the CFL, which has reached ANGOP, the company is reducing the number of passengers per wagon and also creating the necessary conditions, at train stations, for passengers to be able to adopt basic preventive measures, such as the cleaning and disinfecting of the hands.
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