Synergy Group CEO expects Covid-19 to stick around for several years

Synergy Group's CEO, Rajesh Unni, says there is no time limit on the pandemic and urges seafarers to be prioritized in the vaccination queue. Dorian LPG agrees. Meanwhile, infections rates have exploded in India, jeopardizing crew changes further.

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Captain Rajesh Unni, CEO of Synergy Group, thinks the Covid-19 pandemic will stick around for some years, which is why it is essential for global trade that the world's seafarers are urgently prioritized in the vaccination queue.

India, one of the shipping community's huge suppliers of crews, is now the country with the highest infection rate on a daily basis which only underscores the severity of the situation.

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