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29.03.20
Impact on freight and passenger transport of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

With the current outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continuing to evolve, IRU is closely monitoring the status of border crossings in affected areas around the world thanks to the global IRU member network.

Please find in the document attached the updated situation on national/international transport of passengers and goods in affected regions of the world.

All information on Coronavirus (COVID-19) is available on IRU dedicated webpage.

RO 29.03.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Romania

The Romanian Ministry of Transport publishes daily information regarding the situation at border crossing points on its website.The updated border waiting times can also be found here. Currently, the main bottlenecks reported are the following (at 16:00):

CALAFAT EXIT FROM THE COUNTRY
More than 125 vehicles are waiting and the queue extend over 2.7 km with a waiting time of more than 3 hours.
CALAFAT ENTRY IN THE COUNTRY
51 vehicles are waiting and the queue extend over 1.2 km with a waiting time of 50 min

GIURGIU ENTRY IN THE COUNTRY
Queue of 500 meters, waiting time 60 minutes,
GIURGIU DEPARTURE FROM THE COUNTRY
5 trucks are currently waiting
Between 14:00 and 15:00, 44 vehicles entered through Giurgu Customs and 32 vehicles left.

NADLAC II ENTRY TO THE COUNTRY
Queue of approximately 2.5 km with a waiting time of approx.  2 hours.
NADLAC II EXIT FROM THE COUNTRY
Queue of approximately 3 km, waiting time approx.  2 hours.

Source: UNTRR

 

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage.

HU 29.03.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Hungary

MKFE is providing all information related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) relevant to foreign hauliers on an up-to-date webpage in English. The following information has been added to this site:

As of 28 March 2020 the official quarantine (for a period of fourteen days after crossing the border) for the Hungarian truck drivers not showing symptoms of COVID-19, if the destination is Hungary,is no more applicable. The other dispositions of the resolution of Chief Medical Officer issued on 27 March remain unchanged.

This disposition should help reduce the bottlenecks observed at the border crossing points on Friday.

Source: MKFE

 

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage.

FI 28.03.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Finland

From 28 March (00:00), the Finnish government has closed Uusimaa region (Greater Helsinki Capital region). Thus, in practice, a temporary internal border has been established to separate Uusimaa from the rest of the country.

The restrictions apply to movements to and from the Uusimaa region, and will remain in force until 19 April 2020. The purpose of this new restrictions is to prevent coronavirus (COVID-19) infections and to slow the spread of the epidemic from Uusimaa to other parts of Finland. Indeed, one third of the Finnish population lives in this region, and the vast majority of COVID-19 cases in Finland has been registered there. 

Goods and freight transport services should continue as usual, but delays are expected due to the restrictions on movements. There are some 30 crossing points to and from Uusimaa, but no Green Lanes for trucks have been put in place yet.

- Public transport services will not stop. However, the use of the services has already decreased and will continue due to the restrictions on movements.

- Restrictions on people’s movements do not apply if movements are necessary for:

(a) official activities;

(b) travel for work, whether as an employee or as an entrepreneur or self-employed person, for studies or in connection with a societal position of trust;

(c) the performance of military service or any other statutory obligation;

(d) the need for care, risk of death or death of a family member, the right of access to a child, or for any other similar compelling personal reason. 

The police will monitor compliance with the movement restrictions. If requested by the police, people must provide an account of the reason of their journey.

More information can be found on the following links:

- Information released by Finnish Ministry of Internal Affairs.

- Q & A on the restrictions by Police of Finland.

- Information released by Finnish Ministry of Transport.

Source: FinMobility

 

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage.

CH 28.03.20
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – updated situation in Switzerland

Entry by road on the Swiss territory from Italy, France, Germany, and Austria is limited to Swiss citizens, Swiss residents and people entering for professional reasons. Only major border crossings are open for movements of persons.

International freight transport is not affected by these measures, and all border crossing points are open for freight movements. Green lanes are also in place at some border crossings for import, export and transit of medical products, foodstuff, fuel supplies, and post. List of border crossings equipped with green lanes for freight transport is available here.

Sources: ASTAG and Federal Customs Administration

 

A consolidated overview of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak situation is available on IRU Flash Info webpage.