Press Article: Practicing humanity is the only way our seafarers can survive COVID-19

News & Insights 5 August 2020


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In a call for compassion and understanding, Director of Loss Prevention at the club, Captain Yves Vandenborn highlights another tragic legacy of COVID-19, seafarers subjected to abuse, neglect and prejudice.

In a call for compassion and understanding, Director of Loss Prevention at the club, Captain Yves Vandenborn highlights another tragic legacy of COVID-19, seafarers subjected to abuse, neglect and prejudice.

Given the lack of understanding regarding the nature of Covid-19, the world continues to struggle with fears about the disease and the increasing death toll worldwide. These worries have become unfairly associated with the movement of seafarers, plaguing the profession with the accompanying prejudice.

Please see full article on the Hong Kong Maritime Hub website, link available on the right.

Categories: COVID-19, Loss Prevention

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