Overview: Ports across the globe have put restrictions on ships and seafarers

Ports all over the world have introduced restrictions on ships and crew arriving from corona-stricken countries. Norwegian shipping group Wilhelmsen has made an interactive map that provides an overview.

Photo: Giampiero Sposito/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The coronavirus outbreak has made ports across the globe introduce restrictions on ships and seafarers arriving from impacted areas.

These measures range from health checks of crews to downright quarantines where ships must wait outside of a port for as long as 14 days before it is allowed to deliver its cargo.

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