Maersk joins US vaccination program for seafarers

Seafarers working aboard several Maersk vessels have, according to business daily Børsen, been vaccinated against the coronavirus in the US as part of an American vaccination program for seafarers.

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Crews from several Maersk vessels have been vaccinated in the US under the country's voluntary vaccination program for seafarers, writes Danish business daily Børsen.

Seafarers from two vessels were, according to the newspaper, vaccinated leading up to last weekend in ports on the US West Coast. Another three crews are scheduled to follow suit "these days" by participating in the voluntary offer from the US.

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