The crew change crisis that came with the global Covid-19 pandemic has not eased much with the vaccine roll-out. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has released a document outlining enhanced rules for crew changes in its port, making crew changes even more difficult.
The port authority now requires seafarers to take a PCR test in their country of origin no more than 48 hours prior to departing for Singapore.
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