A crew member at work a high-speed train at Wuhan Railway Station in May 17. Photo: ReutersA crew member at work a high-speed train at Wuhan Railway Station in May 17. Photo: Reuters
A crew member at work a high-speed train at Wuhan Railway Station in May 17. Photo: Reuters

What are coronavirus risks from riding trains? A new Chinese study analyses passenger data

  • Passengers in seats directly adjacent to an infected person suffered the highest level of risk of transmission, researchers find
  • Using a seat previously occupied by someone who has tested positive apparently does not pose much risk

Topic |   Coronavirus China
A crew member at work a high-speed train at Wuhan Railway Station in May 17. Photo: ReutersA crew member at work a high-speed train at Wuhan Railway Station in May 17. Photo: Reuters
A crew member at work a high-speed train at Wuhan Railway Station in May 17. Photo: Reuters
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