Washington Metro Area Transit Authority Closes 17 Stations Due To COVID-19 Positive Employees

Washington Metro Area Transit Authority Closes 17 Stations Due To COVID-19 Positive Employees

ALEXANDRIA, VA - MARCH 26: Metro Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority has decided to close 17 stations in the Metro DC area to preserve cleaning supplies and also due to 95 percent decrease in ridership. Two Metro employees tested positive on Thursday evening prompting Van Dorn and Eisenhower stations located closed in Alexandria, Virginia on March 25, 2020. Credit: mpi34/MediaPunch /IPX

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