16 Corona cases on Aida ships

by Marine-Pilots.com - published -
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16 Corona cases on Aida ships
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In Germany a total of 16 new corona cases were reported on Friday morning. Ten of them on the two Rostock Aida ships, six more in Schwerin.

They are crew members of the two Rostock Aida ships, the local Ministry of Health announced. The detection of these infections was a result of the company's preventive measures to prepare for the start of work. The cruise liners were to be prepared for the resumption of their voyages.

New cases were also detected in Schwerin.
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