In India, quarantine centers will be established on railways that are out of use within the scope of cranatina measures. Passenger cars on unused trains will be transformed into quarantine centers.
The Indian government will transform unused trains into quarantine centers. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that people should not leave their homes for at least three weeks in the context of fighting the corona virus in India, which has a population of 1.3 billion. With the quarantine measures, India's rail network has been out of use.
The state-owned Indian Railways company has transformed a trial wagon into a quarantine center.
Stepping up efforts to fight Coronavirus, Railways has converted a train coach into an isolation ward. 🛌
Take a look at a prototype of an isolation ward, ready with medical facilities, in Kamakhya in Assam, with each coach having a capacity of serving 9 patients. #coronaupdat to pic.twitter.com/2r7dzd2xwm
- Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) March 28th 2020