Daily Life Amid Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis in Kramatorsk, Ukraine - 21 Oct 2021

Daily Life Amid Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis in Kramatorsk, Ukraine - 21 Oct 2021

Passengers are seen showing their vaccination documents to a conductor of the train. Ukraine records new coronavirus cases and deaths as the country re-imposes restrictions to curb the spread of covid-19. Starting 21st October a vaccination certificate or a negative test will be required for inter-city travelling by train, bus or planes. (Photo by Andriy Andriyenko / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

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