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The current COVID-19 outbreak is having an impact on train travel across the globe with reduced service, suspensions and social distancing measures being undertaken by almost all railway companies outside Belarus. We are however starting to see some light at the end of the tunnel with restrictions being lifted in various countries and some (mainly domestic) train services returning to closer to normal.
Some notable trains that are returning to more regular service include:
Unfortunately as the situation progresses some trains - interestingly including some in regions that have been successful in managing the virus, have had their suspensions extended. Some notable extended suspensions include:
Unfortunately trains to and from China, and international trains between most countries remain suspended due to border closures and other travel restrictions. The COVID-19 situation remains fluid and TrainReview recommends checking locally before travel.
This article first appeared on trainreview.com
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