Further trains reduced in the night – COVID-19 expansion in Seoul metropolitan

Seoul Station of Seoul Subway Lines 1 and 4 ©Katsumi

With the strengthening of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the number of trains operating at night will be further reduced in the Seoul metropolitan area from December 8, 2020 (Tuesday), following last month.

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Hankyu & Noseden do not operate all night on New Year’s Eve – Extra trains until 2 am

Hankyu Kyoto Line 9300 series trains passing each other

Hankyu Railway and Nose Electric Railway announced that they will not operate all night from December 31, 2020 (Thursday) New Year’s Eve to January 1, 2021 (Friday / holiday) New Year’s morning, and will operate extra trains until around 2:00 midnight.

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Summary: Railway operation updates due to COVID-19 – France (as of November 21, 2020)

Paris Metro Saint-Michel Station

France has been locked down nationwide for the second time since October 30, 2020, following the serious spread of COVID-19. The only accepted reasons for going out are commuting, going to school, going to hospital, shopping, and light exercise, and it is mandatory to carry a certificate stating that people is out for a legitimate purpose.

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