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Services on tram routes 5, 6, 16 and 72 are expected to be severely disrupted on Tuesday 19 October and Wednesday 20 October as a significant number of Yarra Trams drivers based at the Malvern Depot isolate to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Yarra Trams will endeavour to provide as regular a service as possible across the four most impacted routes, but a high number of service cancellations are expected.
A positive test among operational staff has meant that a significant number of drivers based at Yarra Trams’ Malvern Depot have been required to isolate to keep everyone safe. The majority of these employees are secondary contacts and will be permitted to return to work after returning a negative test.
Yarra Trams and the Department of Transport will work closely with the Department of Health as contact tracing continues. We are working to support staff, and are exercising an abundance of caution in the interest of tram drivers, other employees and passengers.
The most impacted routes are:
We will continue to provide regular updates as they become available.
This article first appeared on yarratrams.com.au
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