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Passenger ships are banned from navigation on Saint-Petersburg rivers

Passenger ships are banned from navigation on Saint-Petersburg rivers

Passenger ships with onboard passengers banned from Saint Petersburg navigation. Volga-Baltic Administration has announced boundaries.

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The following waterways: Neva (1,384.5 km – 1,344.5 km), Malaya Neva (1,384.5 km – 1,382.5 km), Malaya Neva (1,384.5 km – 1,382.5 km), Malaya Nevka, Srednyaya Nevka and Bolshaya Nevka, according to the Press Center of the Volga-Baltic Administration.

The decision taken at the meeting of the Interdepartment Transport Working Group of the City's Interdepartment Coordination Council on COVID-19 spread prevention in Saint-Petersburg on 09.04.2020 is aimed at protecting people's lives and health in the midst of the threat of coronavirus infection during inland waterway passenger transport.

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