Train services cut as omicron hits the rail sector

Two passengers wearing coronavirus face coverings on a Thameslink train (Photo: Go- Ahead)

UK: Train operators across the country are introducing temporary timetables designed to offer more resilience as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus leads to increased staff absences.

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