Health Minister Jens Spahn called last week to take the situation seriously, but not to be overly cautious. But what does that mean when you are where a lot of people do in a confined space: in public transport? Can I protect myself from being infected during the train journey? What do I have to […]

via Corona virus in Germany: How safe is traveling by train? — archyde

Over 1300 cases of Corona have been reported at the time of this post with three deaths so far. Night time events, soccer games and even large gatherings where more than 1000 people are involved have either been postponed or cancelled. Still, what’s with train travel in Germany? This guest column tries to answer this question.

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