South Korea ramping up virus defense in sea ports

South Korea is strengthening coronavirus preventive measures in its’ ports, and as of Jan 28, all cargo ships arriving from China are subject to quarantine and strict medical check. It sums up to some 40-70 ships weekly, including container ships. Prior to Jan 28, such measures were applied only to ships arriving from ports of Guangdong, Yunnan, Jiangsu and Hunan Provinces.
China – Korea Incheon-based ferry lines suspend passenger transportation, starting Jan 29, on 3 out of 10 routes, but the ships will still be ferrying cargoes, including containers.
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