China's Wuhan reopens subway, railway station

Added On March 30, 2020

 Subway and railway station in Wuhan, a central Chinese city once at the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, are now reopened after more than two months of suspension.

Passengers are asked to scan their health QR codes with real name information, check body temperature before entering the metro stations and wear face masks during the whole journey.
Scanning trip-tracking codes before getting off is also a must to help the epidemic prevention and control work.
Subway carriages will also be disinfected partly every day and entirely every five days.
On Saturday, the Wuhan railway station resumed the arrival service as the epidemic waned.
More than 12,000 Hubei passengers returned to Wuhan by high-speed trains from all over the country, greeted by applauses and flowers at the station.