Line of ships outside Long Beach and Los Angeles continues

Monday, 71 container ships were waiting to dock in Long Beach and Los Angeles on the US west coast. All in all, 92 ships were waiting outside the strained ports recently hit by new coronavirus outbreaks.

The ports at Long Beach and Los Angeles are hit by bottlenecks and new coronavirus outbreaks. | Photo: Patrick T. Fallon/AFP / AFP

Although numbers vary week by week, the line of container ships waiting outside the ports in Long Beach and Los Angeles is still long.

Monday, 71 container ships were queued up in the waters outside the ports, according to an update by analyst firm VesselsValue. The ships represented a total capacity of 512,717 teu.

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