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In Moscow began to remove sanitizers from the subway

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Sanitizers, hand sanitizing devices installed after the start of the coronavirus pandemic, have begun to be removed from the stations of the Moscow Metro, the Moscow Central Circle (MCC) and the Moscow Central Diameters (MCD). This was announced on Sunday, May 15, in the Metropolitan Department of Transport.

As explained in the department, the metro began to remove devices for alcohol treatment of hands from metro stations, MCC and MCD due to the stable epidemiological situation in Moscow, reports RBC.

Subway passengers began to use sanitizers ten times less than before, noted in Deptrans. In this regard, it was decided to dismantle them. Remove sanitizers from the subway began with the least popular.

At the same time, the disinfection of transport and transport infrastructure is still carried out in an enhanced mode. Surfaces at the stations are processed every two hours, cars – up to two times a day.

Earlier in the survey, it turned out that many Russians use sanitizers as a means of protection against coronavirus when using public transport. 37% of respondents often treat their hands with sanitizers.

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