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Strandfaraskip Landsins: The ferries are now taking more passengers

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Since mid-March, the number of passengers allowed on the public ferries has been limited due to the virus outbreak, but starting Tuesday, Strandfaraskip Landsins, the public transport company of the Faroe Islands, will allow more passengers.

Passengers will also have access to all saloons and decks again, but they are reminded to continue to practice social distancing and to keep their hygiene in order.

The number of passengers allowed on each ferry will be as follows:

Smyril: 500 passengers

Teistin: 150 passengers

Sam: 60 passengers

Ternan: 90 passengers

Ritan: 70 passengers

Sildberin: 30 passengers

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