Updates on Chinese Ports after Recent Regional Outbreaks of Covid-19 in China
The Club is pleased to issue the following guidance from our Club Correspondent Oasis P&I regarding their circular No_2107: Updates on Chinese Ports after Recent Regional Outbreaks of Covid-19 in China.
Following the recent regional outbreak up epidemic control. We have summarized ports for your kind reference.
Generally, all ports are still operating. ports are congested to different extents. terminal staff, pilot, surveyor, etc. and has to be quarantined for 14 days after a service, needs to be arranged for international to have high epidemic risks on board, there is a short vessels’ berthing and departing may be delayed. Crew shore leave is generally completely disallowed.
For more information please refer to the below circular from Oasis P&I.
Oasis Circular 2107 603 KB
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