Information for Marine Pilots about novel coronavirus by Australian Government

by Marine-Pilots.com - published on 10 February 2020

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An information sheet for marine pilots about novel coronavirus. Published by the Australian Government - Department of Health

Publication type:
Fact Sheet

Intended audience:
General public

Description:
This information sheet includes:

- what are the symptoms of coronavirus?
- how does coronavirus spread?
- what is Australia doing?
- what vessels have additional coronavirus requirements?
- how do I find out if a vessel may be subject to additional coronavirus requirements?
- how can I reduce my risk?
- am I subject to enhanced health screening and isolation recommendations if I pilot a vessel?
- what should I do if I develop symptoms after disembarking the vessel?
- will I be contacted if I have been exposed to someone with coronavirus?
- other information
- where can I get more information about coronavirus?

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