Australia's most populous state, New South Wales (NSW), on Monday deployed more than 100 employees, who must enforce the rules of social distance in public transport.
It happens when thousands of Australia's school children are returning to school.
parents can therefore return to their job after more than two months of shutdown.
Officials expect chaos with the many commuters to school and jobs on Monday morning.
They warn rejseforsinkelser, when buses and trains are running with significantly reduced capacity due to the requirement for a 1.5 metre distance between people.
minister for Transport in NSW, Andrew Constance, says that 1.2 million children are expected to be on the move Monday.
- We need to all be patient, says Constance to the australian tv station Channel 9.
Monday to reopen schools in the states of Victoria and Queensland.
Prime minister Scott Morrison has said that the reopening of schools is important in order to revive Australia's economy.
Particularly because the international border is expected to be closed in months, and Morrison calls on australians to travel locally to support the tourism sector.
But each state in Australia is divided between whether the country should re-open for all travel domestic or international.
the Opening of the country's delstatsgrænser is largely up to the leaders, who come from very different political preferences.
NSW want to open all delstatsgrænser in order to boost the economy.
Conversely, wants the federal states of Western Australia and Queensland still closed.
Australia has so far had success with to keep coronavirusset down at the early to close the country's borders and introduce tough restrictions.
the Country has registered about 7000 smittetilfælde and 102 coronarelaterede deaths.
It is marked under the registered number in the UNITED states, the united kingdom and Southern europe.
Who live almost 25 million people in Australia.