Covid-19 outbreaks trigger logistics disruptions in Vietnam and Malaysia

Covid-19 restrictions and quarantine requirements are increasingly disrupting the logistics market in South East Asian ports and airports, writes Transport Intelligence.

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New Covid-19 outbreaks are starting to disrupt supply chains and sea freight in South East Asian nations like Malaysia and Vietnam, writes Transport Intelligence.

For instance, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam has been hit by new outbreaks with the result that the authorities have introduced rigorous restrictions, including a curfew and quarantine rules, according to Transport Intelligence. This has led to problems in ports and airports.

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