Source: SHINE   Editor: Yang Meiping

A new regulation banning the use of loudspeakers on the citys Metro came into force on Tuesday.

Passengers watching videos and listening to music has been a source of annoyance for other passengers for some time.

Metro staff will issue warnings to anyone breaking the rules on the subway and in stations, an official at the Lujiabang Road station said.

Those who refuse to correct their acts will be turned over to the police.


Rail transit law enforcement personnel prepare to go on patrol on Metro Line 1 on Tuesday.

As of 1pm, 19 people had been stopped and all had accepted criticism, according to Shanghai Metro.


A poster advising Metro passengers about what they can't do on the train.

Other Metro regulations also came into force on Tuesday.

Passengers cannot now bring bicycles, folding bicycles, balance bikes, skateboards or skates into Metro stations. Passengers also cannot have items that have a strong bad smell, unpackaged sharp objects or inflated balloons.

Due to the second-child policy introduced in 2015, a Metro regulation that a child under 1.3 meters can accompany an adult for free has been changed to two children.

The city reported one new imported novel coronavirus case on Tuesday, said the Shanghai Health Commission on Wednesday morning.

The patient is a Chinese working in Japan who arrived at the Shanghai Pudong International Airport on November 29.

The patient has been transferred to the designated hospital for treatment, while 27 close contacts have been put under quarantine and observation at designated places.

Meanwhile, two patients were discharged from hospital upon recovery, according to the commission. 

So far, of all the 984 imported cases, 943 have been discharged upon recovery and 41 are still hospitalized.

Five imported suspected cases are undergoing test.

No new locally transmitted or suspected cases were reported in the past 24 hours, according to the commission.

Of all the 349 local cases, 336 have been discharged upon recovery and six are hospitalized. There have been so far seven local fatalities.

No asymptomatic infection cases are undergoing medical observation now, the health commission said.


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China's Metro getting quieter as new rule enforced

Source: SHINE   Editor: Yang Meiping

A new regulation banning the use of loudspeakers on the citys Metro came into force on Tuesday.

Passengers watching videos and listening to music has been a source of annoyance for other passengers for some time.

Metro staff will issue warnings to anyone breaking the rules on the subway and in stations, an official at the Lujiabang Road station said.

Those who refuse to correct their acts will be turned over to the police.


Rail transit law enforcement personnel prepare to go on patrol on Metro Line 1 on Tuesday.

As of 1pm, 19 people had been stopped and all had accepted criticism, according to Shanghai Metro.


A poster advising Metro passengers about what they can't do on the train.

Other Metro regulations also came into force on Tuesday.

Passengers cannot now bring bicycles, folding bicycles, balance bikes, skateboards or skates into Metro stations. Passengers also cannot have items that have a strong bad smell, unpackaged sharp objects or inflated balloons.

Due to the second-child policy introduced in 2015, a Metro regulation that a child under 1.3 meters can accompany an adult for free has been changed to two children.

The city reported one new imported novel coronavirus case on Tuesday, said the Shanghai Health Commission on Wednesday morning.

The patient is a Chinese working in Japan who arrived at the Shanghai Pudong International Airport on November 29.

The patient has been transferred to the designated hospital for treatment, while 27 close contacts have been put under quarantine and observation at designated places.

Meanwhile, two patients were discharged from hospital upon recovery, according to the commission. 

So far, of all the 984 imported cases, 943 have been discharged upon recovery and 41 are still hospitalized.

Five imported suspected cases are undergoing test.

No new locally transmitted or suspected cases were reported in the past 24 hours, according to the commission.

Of all the 349 local cases, 336 have been discharged upon recovery and six are hospitalized. There have been so far seven local fatalities.

No asymptomatic infection cases are undergoing medical observation now, the health commission said.


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