Singapore investigates potential tampering with seafarer's corona test

Singaporean authorities are investigating whether the test results of a seafarer, who has since tested positive, were tampered with. Shipowners' association warns that any non-compliance with testing could lead to the end of crew changes in the country.

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Singapore's maritime authorities are investigating the result of a negative corona test for a seafarer who has since tested positive.

The crew member had a test done in his home country before he signed on to the vessel.

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