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The ship with sick sailors arrived in Vladivostok

The ship with sick sailors arrived in Vladivostok
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In Japan, a coronavirus outbreak is believed to have occurred on the Russian ship Socol 9. The wife of one of the team members raised the alarm; according to her, the Russians were denied medical assistance. She turned to the transport prosecutor's office.

As the INTERFAX - FAR EAST, now the documents are being processed in the port. There are several sick people on board, and everyone feels normal. The one whose wife wrote the appeal, the temperature has already subsided. The crew abandoned the ambulance at the port.

The vessel was in the Japanese port of Nagoya. According to the woman who applied to the prosecutor's office, six of the 15 crew members had high fever, headaches, lethargy. Four more lost their taste and smell, coughed violently. The shipowner did not take any measures to help the seafarers. At the same time, the vessel is foreign, which means that the Primorsky Transport Prosecutor's Office is not supervised. Response measures can be applied only after entering a Russian port.

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