Stricter Epidemic Control on Boarding Personnel at Ports of Guangzhou
UK Club Correspondents Huatai Marine have provided the below Circular outlining the stricter Epidemic Control on Boarding Personnel at Ports of Guangzhou.
Stricter epidemic control on boarding personnel has been announced by Nansha District of Guangzhou City On January 7, 2021, named “Procedures of Boarding Operations and Change of Crew for Ships of International, Hong Kong and Macao Routes at Nansha Port Area (The Third Edition)”.
The Circular can be downloaded below.
For more information please get get in touch with your usual Club contact who will be pleased to assist you.
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