Yen Bai suspends operation of public passenger transport

  •  Tuesday, April 07, 2020

YBO - Public passenger vehicles in the northern province of Yen Bai have stopped operation from April 1 to 15, joining a nationwide COVID-19 fight.

Vehicles remain at Yen Bai bus station
Vehicles remain at Yen Bai bus station

Implementing the directions of the Government and local authorities, the provincial Department of Transport on March 31 issued a dispatch on the suspension of public passenger transport activities from 00:00 April 1 to the end of April 15 to help curb the pandemic.

From April 1, transport businesses and bus stations in the province have strictly obeyed this direction by temporarily stopping all public passenger transport activities, including those on inter-provincial transport routes, taxi services, contract vehicles, coaches, and transport activities in inland waterway.

Transit vehicles are allowed to operate in case of official duties or providing food and necessities. Shuttle buses for workers and experts of businesses, as well as vehicles carrying raw materials and products remain active according to regulations of relevant forces on anti-pandemic.

Thanh Chi- Duc Toan

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