Western Australia may turn back infected ships after livestock carrier outbreak
Shipping companies are not doing enough to make sure crew members are Covid-free, Western Australia’s leader has said after 25 crew tested positive on the Al Messilah sheep carrier at Fremantle
WA will force Australians arriving to the state by sea to isolate in hotels for two weeks after two people, who had tested negative, left a livestock carrier which later reported an outbreak. The state is considering turning back infected ships after four outbreaks in three weeks, according to reports
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