Jean-Pierre Farandou, CEO of the SNCF, invites Wednesday June 29 on France Inter to “civility” concerning the wearing of a mask in trains, without making it compulsory. Article written by Published on 06/29/2022 09:11 Updated on 06/29/2022 10:51 Reading time: 1 min. “We must protect our staff, our travelers, so we are in line with a strong recommendation to wear the mask”, indicates Jean-Pierre Farandou, CEO of the SNCF, Wednesday June 29 on France Inter, concerning the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic. He invites travelers and SNCF teams to “wear the mask in stations and on trains”. According to him, “it’s the best way to protect yourself” even if “there is no obligation”. “We appeal to people’s civic sense and the mutual protection of each other,” adds Jean-Pierre Farandou. Faced with the resurgence of Covid-19 cases, the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne asked, on Tuesday June 28, to encourage the wearing of a mask “in crowded places” and “enclosed spaces”, in particular “public transport “. The Prime Minister, who brought together prefects of departments and directors of regional health agencies by videoconference, took up several of the recommendations made on Monday by the Minister of Health Brigitte Bourguignon. Share: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share by email Share link
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