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Blagoveshchensk - Tynda train will be canceled due to coronavirus

Blagoveshchensk - Tynda train will be canceled due to coronavirus
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Russian railways will reduce the frequency of the Tynda-Blagoveshchensk train in December. This is due to a decrease in passenger traffic due to the coronavirus.

As noted on the company's website, the running of the Gilyui branded train from Tynda is canceled on December 14, 18, 22, 26, and from Blagoveshchensk on December 15, 19, 23, 27. In total, 55 trains across the country are on the canceled list.

Passengers will be offered to travel on other trains on the same dates or close to them, or to refund the ticket in full. Some trains in Russia have already been canceled this spring due to the coronavirus and a drop in passenger traffic.

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