Major Chinese port closes container terminal as a worker tests positive for Covid-19

The world's largest port, Ningbo, shuts down a container terminal as a worker in the Chinese port tests positive for Covid-19. In the event of another outbreak, consequences could be far worse than Yantian, an analyst tells ShippingWatch. Updated.

Container port Ningbo in China | Photo: William Hong/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Wednesday, as a worker reportedly tested positive for Covid-19, the world largest port, Ningbo in China, closes down container termal Meidong.

Deputy general manager Jiang Yipeng of Ningbo Zhoushan Port confirms the shutdown, according to Reuters.

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