Don't ride public transportation, such as planes, buses, and trains, if you won't be able to wear a mask or a high-quality respirator when you're around others indoors throughout the trip. If you are traveling, wear a high-quality mask or respirator for as long as you are around others indoors. Stay safe from COVID-19 when you travel. Wear a mask when flying in an airplane.
Wear a mask when traveling by train. Wear a mask when traveling by bus. Wear a mask when traveling on a ferry. Protect yourself and others from COVID-19 when you travel.
When safety measures are implemented, such as masks and distancing, cleaning and discouraging infected people from traveling, the risk of becoming infected while traveling by train can be significantly reduced. However, individual car journeys are currently still more dangerous than rail, considering the general safety risk, also under the COVID-19 pandemic. Barnett, the MIT professor, expanded his analysis of empty intermediate airline seats by formulating a statistical study on car travel, exclusively for Traveler.