Chinese Ports: Reporting Abnormal Health Conditions of Crewmembers
During the Covid-19 pandemic over the world, it is reported that the number of imported cases found with the crew onboard international sailing vessels has increased in Chinese ports.
UK Club Correspondent Huatai Marine have provided the below Circular (available in both English and Chinese). The Circular examines the new reporting requirements of crewmembers with suspected abnormal health conditions at Chinese ports. The case that led to these new requirements is also outlined.
For more information please get in touch with your usual Club contact who will be pleased to assist you.
Huatai Marine Circular Ref No - PNI_2021_02 1 MB
Chinese Translation - Huatai Marine Circular Ref No - PNI_2021_02 9 MB
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