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800 Stolt Tankers seafarers to be vaccinated in third quarter

Chemical tanker Stolt Tankers, a division of Stolt-Nielsen, has launched its own vaccination program for seafarers. 800 are expected to be vaccinated in the present quarter, according to its interim report.

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Chemical tanker Stolt Tankers, a division of Stolt-Nielsen, has launched a program to vaccine its seafarers against coronavirus, according to Stolt-Nielsen's second quarter interim report, published Thursday.

The vaccine roll-out for crew members on Stolt Tankers' vessels is already underway, the company reports.

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