Metrorail has suspended its train services in Cape Town for Monday.
The Regional Train Traffic Control and Management Centre had to shut down on Sunday as a precautionary measure due to a COVID-19 infection case there.
“The suspension is necessary to permit the deep cleaning and sanitisation of the Regional Train Traffic Control and Management Centre following a confirmed COVID-19 infection at the facility,” Metrorail said in a statement on Sunday evening.
The facility is being deep cleaned and sanitised.
Train services are expected to resume on Tuesday.
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