Austria lifted the ban on trains from Italy

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The Austrian Minister of the Interior, Karl Nehammer, said the coronavirus was not confirmed for two express passengers traveling from Venice to Munich.

After this message, Austria gave permission for the movement of passenger trains traveling from Italy through its territory.

The Austrian Federal Railways announced that from February 24, trains through the Brenner border crossing in Italy will be launched on schedule.

Earlier, Austria suspended the railway connection with Italy due to the threat of the spread of the coronavirus.

Among the trains that were stopped at the Brenner border crossing in Italy, was the Nice-Moscow train, which currently continued on the route.


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