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Coronavirus: What's the risk on transport?

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Tube services usually run from 5am until midnight, with Night Tube services on some lines on Friday and Saturday evenings. Visit the Transport for London website for the latest information on travelling safely and changes to services due to coronavirus. Plan ahead and get around London safely with the TfL Go app , which helps you plan the best routes and travel outside of peak times to aid social distancing. Underground trains generally run between 5am and midnight, Monday to Saturday, with reduced operating hours on Sunday. For more detailed traveller information on which stations to use and suggestions for the best route to reach your destination, use Transport for London's Journey Planner. Buy a Visitor Oyster card , Oyster card, Travelcard or use a contactless payment card to get the best value as cash is the most expensive way to pay.

London Underground

London is well-served by transport links, both for travelling to and from London from the UK, Europe and the wider world, and for getting around the city. UCL is located in the Bloomsbury district at the very centre of London. These instructions will get you to UCL. For details of the nearest London Underground stations to Halls of Residence etc.
Children are returning to school and Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants people to return to workplaces, making public transport services busier. A lot of the potential risk of infection on trains and buses depends on how crowded they are and how far away you can keep from other people at stops, stations and on board. Coronavirus spreads when an infected person coughs, sneezes or exhales small droplets packed with the virus into the air. These droplets can enter the body through the eyes, nose and mouth, either directly or after touching a contaminated object. Indoors, good ventilation helps - so being able to open a window on public transport can be an advantage.