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Union refuses to unload ship on COVID19 fears. Medical supplies on board.

Close up photo of the bow of a green container ship

PortandTerminal.com, April 2, 2020 More than 60 longshoremen in Australia have been relieved of duty after refusing to unload a container vessel that docked before the end of the 14-day quarantine period for the coronavirus. MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Dockworkers at the Port of Melbourne refused to unload a COSCO cargo ship because their union believed the vessel had not completed …

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Longshoremen refuse to unload container ship from China over virus fears

Container ship Levant at dock underneath container cranes

PortandTerminal.com, March 11, 2020 PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS – Cargo Handling Corporation Ltd. (CHCL) longshoremen refused to handle container ship GH LEVANT at Port Louis, Mauritius, out of virus fear – the ship arrived from Shenzhen China with some 300 containers to be offloaded, and 400 to be loaded. The GH LEVANT is a small, Marshall Islands-flagged vessel built-in 2005 with …

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