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Singapore broadens crew change ban

Written by Nick Blenkey
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As the COVID-19 outbreak in India starts to threaten neighboring countries, Singapore has extended its prohibition on crew change ban on crews with a recent travel history to India. A Port Marine Circular issued by the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore on May 1 says that the following crew change will now not be allowed in the Port of Singapore:

  • Crew with recent travel history to Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka within the last 14 days preceding arrival to Singapore. This includes sign-on crew travelling to Singapore by flight as well as sign-off crew from vessels that have called at Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
  • Sign-on crew transiting Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka on their connecting flights to Singapore.
Categories: News, ShippingTags: COVID-19, crew change, crew change crisis, Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore, MPA
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Read source:  https://www.marinelog.com/shipping/singapore-broadens-crew-change-ban/

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