Bratislava adopts additional anti-coronavirus measures

City council calls on Bratislavans to avoid crowded places and take only the window seat on public transport.

The city public transport company DPB strengthens anti-coronavirus measures.The city public transport company DPB strengthens anti-coronavirus measures. (Source: SITA)

Bratislava city council has adopted additional measures to combat the spread of the COVID virus in the capital. These pertain to public transport, the municipal police, reducing the number of people in popular places as well as measures for homeless people.

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The Dopravný Podnik Bratislava (DPB) public transport company is instructing passengers to take only window seats in its vehicles in order to keep a safe distance from other passengers. DPB continues with daily disinfection of its vehicles, too.

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