Shared bikes disinfected as COVID-19 precaution measures in Beijing

Publish: 8:30 PM, May 18, 2022 | Update: 8:30:PM, May 18, 2022

A bike-sharing service worker disinfects shared bikes outside a subway station in Beijing, capital of China, May 18, 2022.

In Beijing, shared bikes have been disinfected and some of them are equipped with hand sanitizers recently as COVID-19 precaution measures, for the sake of the riders’ health amid the recent COVID-19 resurgence.

A bike-sharing service worker equips shared bikes with hand sanitizers outside a subway station in Beijing, capital of China, May 18, 2022. In Beijing, shared bikes have been disinfected and some of them are equipped with hand sanitizers recently as COVID-19 precaution measures, for the sake of the riders’ health amid the recent COVID-19 resurgenceShared bikes are seen equipped with hand sanitizers outside a subway station in Beijing, capital of China, May 18, 2022. In Beijing, shared bikes have been disinfected and some of them are equipped with hand sanitizers recently as COVID-19 precaution measures, for the sake of the riders’ health amid the recent COVID-19 resurgence.

A man has his hands sanitized before riding a shared bike outside a subway station in Beijing, capital of China, May 18, 2022. In Beijing, shared bikes have been disinfected and some of them are equipped with hand sanitizers recently as COVID-19 precaution measures, for the sake of the riders’ health amid the recent COVID-19 resurgence.

A man scans a QR code to unlock a shared bike outside a subway station in Beijing, capital of China, May 18, 2022. In Beijing, shared bikes have been disinfected and some of them are equipped with hand sanitizers recently as COVID-19 precaution measures, for the sake of the riders’ health amid the recent COVID-19 resurgence.