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Russian Railways will cancel several trains in Russia due to coronavirus

Russian Railways will cancel several trains in Russia due to coronavirus
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Russian Railways will change the frequency of running a number of trains on domestic routes. Measures will be taken due to a decrease in passenger traffic caused by the coronavirus.

According to the company, trains that are currently not in demand will temporarily not run. Passengers will be offered to change tickets or return money.

This mainly concerns flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg. In the Far East, the measure will affect the route Irkutsk - Zabaikalsk. Trains in this direction will be canceled from April 3 to May 29 from Irkutsk and from April 5 to May 31 from Zabaikalsk.

The frequency of the Chelyabinsk - Vladivostok wagons as part of the Omsk - Vladivostok passenger train also changes. From the capital of Primorye, wagons will depart once every four days, and not every day, as usual.

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