China has announced it will lift the lockdown on Wuhan, the city at the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, on April 8.
The easing of travel restrictions follows a significant reduction in new infections in China.
New cases have dropped to zero for five consecutive days from March 19 —- down from thousands of daily new cases in February.
With the coronavirus pandemic currently in full swing in Africa, America and Europe, cleaning and disinfecting our surroundings, including the interiors of both public and private vehicles, has become more crucial than ever.
Part of the preventive measures that helped China defeat the deadly coronavirus includes cleaning and disinfecting buses; ventilating the air; and measuring the temperatures of both staff members and passengers.
Working with face masks is also part of the measures to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus.
The pictures below shows some of the preventive measures designed by Beijing Public Transport Corporation :
Staff members disinfecting handrails of buses at a bus station in Beijing, capital of China.
A bus dispatcher measures the temperature of a staff member. Temperature of passengers are also taken before boarding the bus.
Passengers wait to get on a bus at a bus station.
A conductor reminds passengers to wear face masks at a bus station. Wearing hand gloves will also reduce the likelihood of contacting it.
A staff member ventilates the air of a bus. This practice is also been followed by the Lagos BRT services.
Staff members record the disinfecting log at a bus station.
Staff members seen disinfecting a bus at a bus station in Beijing.
In addition to the listed measures above, China also deployed hundreds of unmanned Sanitation Robots and Cleaning Vehicles to clean the streets.