The northern province, home to the UNESCO world heritage site of Ha Long Bay, decided Friday that all ships that have docked in mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau have to follow strict quarantine procedures on arrival. Upon arrival all crew members and passengers on board must have their health checked, and will have to stay on board. They “are definitely not allowed to disembark,” local authorities declared. For ships coming from areas free from the virus, owners and operators must duly supply the province’s tourism department, border guard and customs department with specific information of their voyages along with the lists of passengers and crew, at least 10 days prior to arrival. The provincial health department will then work with related agencies to decide whether people on board are medically eligible to disembark. Once they complete their Quang Ninh tours, the provincial tourism department will collect information on all passengers and staff of service and tourism companies who have served the visitors. The move aims to allow authorities to continue monitoring every passenger and crew member as well as those that have come into direct contact with them for 14 days after the ships leave Quang Ninh. On February… Read full this story
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