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Brisbane further eases port entry restrictions

Noting a ‘disturbing trend of vessel cancellations’, Maritime Safety Queensland pulled its draconian-level blanket restrictions on all vessels, except those from China and South Korea. Container lines with direct calls from China could still be affected however, as some of these services fall under the 14-day mark

Despite this watering down, the 14-day restriction policy for all vessels still applies at the other 20 Queensland ports. Shipping Australia said some trades, such as sugar, chemicals, iron ore concentrates and fertiliser, could still be adversely affected

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