Read also: Doubts loom over widespread use of rapid tests in virus-stricken IndonesiaBesides providing rapid test services for passengers, PT KAI has set up strict health protocols in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 on board and at train stations.Travelers who plan to take the train are required to be in prime condition and have a temperature below 37.3 degrees Celsius.Aboard the train, passengers have to maintain a safe physical distance, wash their hands routinely and wear masks and long-sleeved clothing. They also must wear face shields provided by the train operator throughout the trip, while children aged below 3 years old must bring their own face shields.The staff will also arrange seats for passengers aged above 50 years old so they won’t be sitting close to other passengers.Didiek expressed hopes that the rapid test services and strict health protocols could increase the number of passengers while ensuring their safety during their journey.Read also: Jakarta replaces entry and exit permit with app-based monitoring system to contain COVID-19″Through this service, we hope the public could increase their mobility by using trains. We also hope that we can keep all of our passengers healthy until they arrive at their destinations. We want to highlight that trains can be a safe and comfortable mode of transportation,” he said.The company suffered a plunge in income because of fewer trips and passengers due to the coronavirus outbreak.Didiek said that before the pandemic, the company earned Rp 23 billion per day, but the figure dropped to between Rp 300 million and Rp 400 million per day starting in March, tempo.co reported on June 30.Indonesia announced its first COVID-19 cases in early March, which was followed by social restriction policies set by the central and local governments in a bid to curb the spread of the disease. (nal)Topics : State-owned train operator PT Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI) has started providing rapid testing at several train stations in a bid to boost ridership and ensure safe protocols for passengers amid the current COVID-19 pandemic.“We provide this [rapid test] service for the passengers’ convenience, especially for those who want to travel during the ‘adapting to new habits’ era,” PT KAI president director Didiek Hartantyo said in a written statement on Monday as reported by kompas.com.The company previously announced that passengers of long-distance trains are required to bring negative COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) or non-reactive rapid test results that are valid for 14 days at the time of the trip.Didiek said the rapid test services would be available at 12 train stations across Java, namely Gambir and Pasar Senen in Jakarta; Bandung and Cirebon in West Java; Semarang, Tawang, Purwokerto and Solo Balapan in Central Java; Yogyakarta; Madiun, Surabaya Gubeng, Surabaya Pasarturi and Malang in East Java.Pasar Senen Station in Central Jakarta was the first station to provide testing on Monday. PT KAI would then expand the service gradually to the remaining 11 stations.Passengers can take a rapid test by paying Rp 85,000 (US$6). They are required to show their ticket for a long-distance train ride to train station officials.
Loading… Nigeria midfielder cum striker, Lanre Kehinde has rated the Super Eagles as one of the best national teams on the African continent.Kehinde who is eyeing a move back to Europe from his K League 1 club Incheon United noted that the Eagles have also achieved a lot in world football to receive the high rating, while noting that the current crop of players have the ability to take Nigeria football back to the zenith.Going down memory lane, the former Ankaragücü of Turkey player said that the Eagles exploits at the USA 1994 World Cup where the team was adjudged the second most entertaining side behind Brazil and the gold medal-winning feat at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta were defining moments in the history of Nigerian football.“It is nice to see all that the country has achieved in Africa and world football. We have won the heart of millions of fans with our scintillating brand of football and hopefully we will get backLanre Kehinde rates Super Eagles high and gives Rohr a pat on the backto the zenith of world football with the present crop of players,” stated the stated the 6ft 4 1/2 in tall player, who scored 20 goals in 32 appearances for Israeli second division outfit Hapoel Afula in the 2014/15 season. The bullish striker also commended the Super Eagles’ coach Gernot Rohr for his ability to fish out talents and coordinate the team, adding that the Eagles would soar under the Franco-German tactician. “Coach Rohr is good at his job and he has a lot of experience coaching different clubs and national teams in Africa“He knows how to get the best out of his players. And his calm mien is needed to mould a strong side capable of battling for and winning laurels,” stated Kehinde, who scored 10 goals in 15 appearances for Denizlispor of Turkey in 2019. Read AlsoAhead of Eagles clash: Rumpus in Sierra Leone as coach Tetteh quitsHe also called on the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to continue to support the Eagles and all other national teams so that the country can continue to excel in international competitions. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWorld’s Most Famous Ceilings That Are Actually Works Of Art14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your Phone2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
“He is back fit and we will see exactly where he is.” And there was some good news for England manager Roy Hodgson ahead of next month’s crucial World Cup qualifiers against Montenegro and Poland as midfielder Tom Cleverley has recovered from the knee problem sustained in midweek. “Tom has done a bit of training today as well,” Moyes said. “He is not too serious. He rocked his knee in training and we were a bit worried. “But he has had no reaction. He has done some training today and he will not be too far away tomorrow as well.” Moyes also confirmed contract talks with youngster Adnan Januzaj, whose present deal expires in the summer, are continuing. “As far as I know, things are moving along and as soon as we get the news, we will give it to you,” said the Scot. After complaining about the tough run of fixtures his players were given at the start of the campaign, Moyes’ side now face a less testing examination of their credentials. Press Association Van Persie has missed United’s last two games with a groin injury but has returned to training, leaving manager David Moyes to decide whether to recall the Holland striker for the Old Trafford clash. “Robin will be back involved somewhere,” the Scot said. “Whether we use him, whether we don’t, he has trained today. Robin van Persie will be available for Manchester United’s Barclays Premier League encounter with West Brom on Saturday. Yet the extreme reaction over the past seven days to that hammering at Manchester City and subsequent victory over Liverpool have been a reminder for Moyes of just what he let himself in for when he decided to leave Everton for the challenge of replacing Sir Alex Ferguson. “When you first come into the job as a young manager, it can be difficult,” said Moyes. “I found that as a young manager at Preston, and I found that when I was a young manager at Everton. “But I feel I have come into this job with experience. “I had done a lot of seasons in the Premier League and know exactly how it works. “But you never get used to the enormity of this club, not at least for a while. “Personally, I feel like you have to deal with that. “That’s what happens when you come into these management jobs.” But Moyes does feel he is gradually getting to grips with his new role. “I have been learning since the day I walked in as Manchester United manager,” he said. “I don’t think that is going to change for a long time. “I even think the manager who has just left was continually learning in the job. “I am relatively new to it so I am still learning everything about it.”