Wuhan to resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains

2020-04-07 03:32:05 GMT2020-04-07 11:32:05(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Police officers patrol Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 6, 2020. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Hu Jinli/Xinhua) Police officers patrol Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 6, 2020. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Hu Jinli/Xinhua)
Police officers patrol Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 6, 2020. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Hu Jinli/Xinhua) Police officers patrol Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 6, 2020. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Hu Jinli/Xinhua)
Police officers stand guard at Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 6, 2020. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Zhao Jun/Xinhua) Police officers stand guard at Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 6, 2020. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Zhao Jun/Xinhua)
Photo taken on April 6, 2020 shows bullet trains at a depot in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Zhao Jun/Xinhua) Photo taken on April 6, 2020 shows bullet trains at a depot in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Zhao Jun/Xinhua)
Photo taken on April 6, 2020 shows bullet trains at a depot in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Zhao Jun/Xinhua) Photo taken on April 6, 2020 shows bullet trains at a depot in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. The central Chinese city of Wuhan, once the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, will resume operation of nearly 100 passenger trains starting April 8, according to the local railway operator. Trains have started arriving in 17 stations in Wuhan since March 28, and outbound trains will start to resume services on April 8, according to local authorities. (Photo by Zhao Jun/Xinhua)
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