COVID-free rail service launched in Italy

Covid-free rail service launched in Italy. The high-speed ‘Freiccharosa’ train will run from the capital Rome to Milan. These trains will operate between Rome and Milan from Friday 16 April, with only those who have tested negative for covid-19 permitted to board for this service.

The only condition for getting free service is to confirm the negative report of every passenger before boarding the train. For that, the voluntary organization has set up an antigen test center at the Red Cross terminal.

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At these centers, free passengers, train officials, and even pedestrians will be able to test the samples. The test reports can be obtained in just 20 minutes. Vaccine recipients will not be left out of the list. Passengers who test positive at the station cannot board the train.

At the same time, the volunteers are urging to take the advice of a doctor. Basically, this initiative is to return to normal life after Kovid.

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