Amid the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, the Finland-based Rauma Shipyard announced that shuts down its operations as 239 workers found coronavirus positive.
The new coronavirus (COVID-19) has cost the lives of more than 2,485,000 while confirmed cases exceed 112,000,000. Although coronavirus started in China in early 2020, now it has spread all over the world, with the US accounting for the most deaths. Also, Europe, South America and India top the list with the regions affected significantly.
In an effort to prevent the spread of a possible coronavirus outbreak onboard, the cruise major Royal Caribbean added COVID-19 into cruise contract for all passengers.
An Excel spreadsheet is an example of a convenient tool to use when preparing documentation for COVID-19 illness claims and wish to provide an overview of the information and breakdown of the costs incurred, the Gard P&I Club advised.
Amid the second wave of coronavirus outbreak, Crystal cruises announced that all passengers onboard its ocean and river cruises are required to be fully inoculated with a COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to their Crystal cruise.
Steamship Mutual issued a circular issued by their correspondents, Huatai, which informs of the steps to be taken when reporting abnormal health condition of crewmembers when calling a Chinese port.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic along with the vaccination phase, the cruise major, Carnival Corporation turned its Savona cruise terminal into a COVID-19 vaccination site.
UK Club’s Crew health director, Sophia Bullard, explains why hypothermia remains a challenging issue, the impact it has on seafarers, as well as proposes measures to prevent and treat this condition.
The COVID-19 pandemic led the UK to implement stricter measures to those arriving, informing that those arriving in the country will have to book a hotel and stay in quarantine from the point of their arrival. The day of arrival in England will be treated as day zero.
AP Moller Maersk launched on January, a new block train dedicated to transporting Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from China to Poland as mainland Europe continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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