If you must travel by train, please use a face covering

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Please wear face coverings when using the railway.

The government has made wearing a face covering on public transport compulsory from 15 June 2020. However if you are travelling with us before this, please do wear one anyway.

- You should not use medical grade PPE. You can find advice on how to wear and make a cloth face covering on the government's website here.
- Wash your hands before and after wearing a face covering. Whilst there is liquid soap in our station and on-train toilets, there is no hand sanitiser available, so please bring some with you when you travel.

Please adhere to social distancing advice and stay 2 metres apart from others where possible. More information on what Greater Anglia is doing to keep rail passengers safe plus travel advice during Covid-19 can be found here. If you are taking the train for essential travel, please familiarise yourselves with the measures put in place to help safeguard people’s health.

Face coverings must be worn on public transport from 15 June 2020.