Cars for people vaccinated against COVID-19 or those who have recently recovered from the virus have started to appear on some train routes in Latvia, a representative of Pasazieru vilciens, the passenger-carrying railway monopoly in Latvia, told Sputnik.
"From 15 September, on a number of railway routes in Latvia, train cars for vaccinated or previously ill with COVID passengers have appeared. Boarding is allowed upon presenting a COVID certificate or a negative COVID-19 test", the representative said.
In such cars, passengers are allowed to take off their face masks.
It was previously reported that such wagons would appear as pilot projects on the Riga - Daugavpils - Kraslava and Riga - Rezekne 2 routes.
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