This includes the Western Express linking Prague, Pilsen and Cheb, the Vindobona Railjet from Prague to Břeclav, the Ore Mountains service from Prague to Ústí nad Labem, Karlovy Vary and Cheb, and the domestic section of the Wallachian Express from Prague to Olomouc and Horní Lideč.

Netherlands: Netherlands Railways (NS) has begun production of 80 power modules for emergency hospital ventilators, using its rolling stock workshops.

The emergency production line meets all medical emergency requirements. The power supply units are produced by NS and developed and tested by TU Delft.

Kazakhstan: KTZ Freight Transportation has waived some of its fees and charges to support freight operation. These include storage fees, order non-fulfilment fines, and wagon and shunting locomotives charges.

Hungary: National operator MÁV has received 200,000 medical masks from China Railways, to help protect its 35,000 employees.

MÁV is continuing to disinfect its fleet of 1200 coaches daily. Stations and depot areas are also being cleaned, and passengers are offered free hand sanitiser at the busiest stations.

Czech Republic: CD, the Moravian-Silesian region, NanoZone and the Ostrava Health Institute have launched a trial using a nano-coating to reduce the presence of viruses and bacteria in train interiors.

The project was planned before the coronavirus pandemic, but has since been accelerated due to the current situation. The spray, which has been applied to nine CityElefant 471 trains and two RegioPanter 650 units, is expected to be effective for up to three years.