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Planning to support seafarers during coronavirus

Maritime Risk International

Planning to support seafarers during coronavirus

Javed Ali and Sarah Barnes, of Hill Dickinson, highlight some key points to assist shipowners in protecting their seafarers’ mental health during the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on 9 April, extended its “no sail” order for all cruise ships by at least 100 days, telling Americans to avoid cruise ships. The extension comes after the CDC ruled that passengers or crew arriving in the US from a cruise ship will no longer be able to board commercial flights.

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