Kyiv Subway Restrict Entry To Some Stations To Prevent Crowding - Klitschko.

As reported by Censor.NET.

The mayor of Kyiv, chairperson of the Kyiv City State Administration, Vitali Klitschko, said this at a briefing.

"In order to prevent large crowding in the subway, during peak hours they will restrict the entrance to some stations. They do not close but restrict it - when the station operates on one or two doors for the entrance. To date, the number of passengers has increased at 5 subway stations, so they - under special control. These are the Zhytomyrska, Sviatoshyn, Chernihivska, Lisova and Pochaina stations. It is on the passenger traffic has been growing in recent days," he said.

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He noted that more people began to use the subway and, accordingly, the risk of infection also increased.

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