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More than 400,000 Seafarers Are Still Stuck at Sea
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Monday, 28 September 2020
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The number of mariners stranded on ships at sea is steadily rising as the crew change crisis brought on by the coronavirus pandemic continues with no end in sight. Travel and transit restrictions in place due to COVID-19 have severely impacted seafarers, the number of crew members whose contracts....

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