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TOKYO (Reuters) - As global public transport operators look for ways to keep the coronavirus at bay on planes, trains and buses, one of Japan's biggest rail firms is betting on the anti-microbial properties of silver to keep passengers safe on the world's busiest subway.
(Reuters) - Iran's coronavirus death toll exceeded 12,000 on Wednesday, the health ministry said, with 153 deaths in the past 24 hours, amid a sharp rise in the number of daily infections and deaths in the past week as lockdown measures have eased.
BAYONNE, France (ANN): A bus driver in France was declared brain dead Monday after being attacked for refusing to let aboard passengers without face masks in line with rules imposed to combat the coronavirus.
IPOH: For the first time in 36 years, the Ipoh Central Market will undergo renovation works, says Perak housing, local government, public transport and tourism committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohd Radzi.
PARIS (Reuters) - Seeking to recast his presidency two years out from elections, President Emmanuel Macron and his new prime minister, Jean Castex, on Monday unveiled a reshuffled cabinet.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Passengers on trains, trams, buses, mountain railways and ferries across Switzerland had to don facemasks on Monday under a government order to help fight the novel coronavirus.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin's public transport company BVG said on Saturday that completing the renaming of a city centre metro station with a name based on a derogatory word for Black people will take until the end of the year.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin's public transport company BVG said it would rename a city centre metro station that has become notorious for bearing a name based on a derogatory word for Black people.
MANILA (Reuters) - Thousands of jeepneys, flamboyantly decorated jeeps that serve as cheap public transport across the Philippines, were back on the streets of Manila on Friday, bringing relief to companies and commuters who have struggled with coronavirus curbs.
ROME (Reuters) - Poor Italians are significantly more likely to die of the coronavirus than higher-income groups, the country's first significant study into the disease's disproportionate social impact showed on Friday.