Ship-owners seek vaccinated crew as Covid cases surge in India

Apr 29 2021


Concerns over availability of vaccines and waiting time are adding to the job uncertainty of seafarers as new variants of the Covid-19 virus wreaks havoc in one of the top suppliers of manpower to the global shipping industry.

 

 

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