Tuesday, 26 May 2020 11:23 WIB |
The most populous state in Australia on Monday (5/25) mobilized all control staff to enforce social rules on public transportation. The surge in passengers is expected to occur while schools and offices are reopened and the number of cases of the corona virus is reduced.
Australia reports more than 7,100 Covid-19 infections, including 102 deaths, far below the figure agreed by other developed countries.
With fewer than 20 new Covid-19 cases at each meeting, various states in Australia started from three plans to install the majority of social needs in July.
In New South Wales, which includes the City of Sydney, children return to full face-to-face learning on Monday (5/25), providing many parents to return to offices.
However, officials who lend money to travel delay travel, because buses and trains that drive the need to meet social requirements.
"There are 1.2 million children traveling," NSW Transport Minister Andrew Constance told Channel 9 Australia.
"We need to be more patient."
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said the reopening of schools is important for the recovery of the Australian economy.
Source : VOA