Criminal cases opened against skipper of a virus-hit Kenyan cargo ship that docked in Gqeberha

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The Port Health Services in Gqeberha has opened two criminal cases against the master of an Indian-bound Kenyan cargo ship that carried 14 crew members infected with Covid-19.

The M/V Consolidator sailed from Mombasa in Kenya on 13 April and arrived 12 days later at Gqeberha Harbour to load manganese ore. 

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