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Bengalure Amid Covid surge no standing travel in Metros
Amid the Covid surge the Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) has limited the number of people allowed in metro trains and stations at a time As per the report published by Hans India commuters travelling on Namma Metro will not be allowed to travel standing on the metro The officials have restricted the limited occupancy of the train with immediate effect 
The press release issued by the BMRCL read It is brought to the notice of Namma Metro Commuters that with immediate effect, entry of passengers into the stations will be restricted for allowing limited occupancy in trains to the extent of available seating capacity Also if passengers note that the seating capacity in a train is full they have to board the leaner coaches following trains where adequate capacity is available. This is done as per the Government of Karnataka Guidelines to control the spread of Covid 
Fewer trains will operate on Saturdays and Sundays due to the weekend curfew. Anjum Parvez Managing Director of BMRCL was quoted saying by Hans India Due to Covid people's travel frequency has decreased. Although the number of passengers has increased there is no proposal to run extra trains Passengers need to cooperate to prevent the spread of Covid