2nd Update - Novel Coronavirus: Measures being taken by Korean Authorities at Korean ports in respect to COVID-19
Our correspondent Avast has provided the following update regarding the latest measures taken by Korean authorities in Korean ports
All vessel arriving from high risk countries will be subject to enhanced screening where National Quarantine Station officers will board the vessel to check the body temperatures of each crew along with handing out questionnaires to be filled out personally by all crew members. Cargo operation and disembarkation is only allowed after the quarantine certificate is issued by the National Quarantine Station Officer.
If you have any questions please get in touch with your usual Club contact.
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