First COVID-free trains to run from April 16

2 non-stop Rome- Milan Frecciarossa

(ANSA) - ROME, APR 12 - Italy first COVID-free trains will run from Friday April 16, sources said Monday.
    They will be two non-stop Frecciarossa high-speed trains running between Rome and MIlan, where only passengers who have tested negative for COVID-19 will be allowed aboard.
    The first train will leave Roma Termini at 08:50 and the second will leave Milano Centrale at 18:00.
    The trains will have a passenger capacity of 50%.
    Passengers must turn up at least 45 minutes before departure with a certificate showing they had a negative test withing the last 48 hours.
    It is also possible to have a test for free in the station.
    Those who been vaccinated must present a certificate or have a test. (ANSA).


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