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In Video: London Underground undergoes deep clean

Trains, buses and stations are being cleaned at least once per day, but underground trains are now given enhanced cleans every few days.

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TfL worker sprays anti viral solution Zoono-71 inside a Tube train (Kirsty O’Connor/PA)

TfL worker sprays anti viral solution Zoono-71 inside a Tube train (Kirsty O’Connor/PA)

TfL worker sprays anti viral solution Zoono-71 inside a Tube train (Kirsty O’Connor/PA)

The London Underground has undergone an enhanced clean using a powerful disinfectant called Zoono-71 to help guard against the spread of Covid-19.

The capital’s underground system has been subject to more advanced cleaning practices throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with the busiest stations cleaned multiple times per day.

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TfL has introduced a “rigorous cleaning regime” across all its services, including buses and Tube trains.

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This includes anti-viral fluid being sprayed inside areas used by passengers, and hand sanitiser dispensers being installed at bus stations and on Tube station platforms.

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