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COVID-19 protocols. / New protocols for vessels coming from high risk countries

Date: 10/09/2020

We're pleased to inform that, as per new Sanitary Authority regulation (Nº 2020-59948312), the vessels coming from entitled "high risk countries" (Brazil, Chile, India, China, etc) and have less than 14 days of navigation from their countries to operating ports in Parana & Uruguay rivers corridors and Buenos Aires port, they won't have to drop anchors at Zona Comun, waiting for Sanitary Authorities going on board for checking crewmembers' body temperatures. Instead, and as from now, this procedure will be performed and effective upon vessel's arrival at operating port.
Therefore, there shouldn't be further delays in vessels' inbound navigation once they arrive to Zona Comun.
Remember that, until this new regulation, the vessels had to drop anchors at Zona Comun and wait until the Sanitary Authorities go on board.
Of course, always refferring to the vessel coming from above mentioned countries.

We trust these news will be welcomed and speed up the procedures for going back to normal as soon as it is possible.

We'll keep you closely updated.

Best Regards.

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