On the first workday of Kyiv underground after the quarantine in the capital, 310,000 people used it. Oleksandr Hustelev, the Deputy Head of Kyiv city state administration said so cited by the city hall's press office.
The official reminded the citizens that masks must be worn in public places at all times. The passengers are recommended to use gloves, keep the distance, and used contact-free methods of payment.
Passengers still have a month to use the green tokens that they bought before the quarantine. After that, these will become invalid.
Hustelev added that every train is sanitized prior to every ride; the staff uses a sanitizer with long-lasting effects.
All passenger zones, from platforms to doorknobs on station entrances are regularly disinfected. The staff are using personal protective equipment when working with passengers. Earlier reports included mentions of marks warning the passengers about distance.
Earlier, Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko said that 58 new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in the Ukrainian capital on May 25. One of these patients decreased.