Tuesday, May 26 2020 18:59
Marianna Mkrtchyan

Sanitizers are installed in all electric trains of the South Caucasus  Railway as part of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus 

Sanitizers are installed in all electric trains of the South Caucasus  Railway as part of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus 

ArmInfo.As part of the implementation of preventive measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, dispensers with special antiseptic agents for  treating hands are installed in all cars of electric trains of the  South Caucasus Railway.

According to the press service of the SCR,  at present access to the territory of railway stations and boarding  cars are allowed only for passengers in protective masks and gloves  after the obligatory measurement of temperature.  In addition, in  electric trains there is a seating plan taking into account the norms  of social distance. The Company takes all measures to ensure the  safety of the health of passengers and personnel, promptly responds  to the instructions of the bodies that oversee compliance with the  decisions of the commandant.

For its part, the South Caucasus Railway hopes for an understanding  of citizens and calls for strict observance of the requirements in  force during the state of emergency.  Since the introduction of the  state of emergency in Armenia, the railway has been taking the  measures necessary for prevention. The station premises are  ventilated and disinfected by special means, before and after each  run, all train cars are ventilated and disinfected, special rooms are  allocated for passengers and workers with signs of malaise, audio  information is being provided to passengers, at the stations  informational posters and banners are placed.  South Caucasus Railway  CJSC is a 100% subsidiary of Russian Railways OJSC and provides  concession management of the Armenian railways. The railway  infrastructure of Armenia was transferred to the concession  management of SCR CJSC in accordance with the Concession Agreement  signed on February 13, 2008.  The concession management period is 30  years with the right to extend for another 10 years.

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