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FROM TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE , Member, Mental Health Advisory Council Malaysia
LONDON (Reuters) - Shipping companies are still struggling to get hundreds of thousands of crew members back home after many months at sea despite pledges by countries to ease transit restrictions for seafarers, industry officials say.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark will allow merchant sailors stranded on the high seas since the outbreak of the coronavirus to come ashore and be reunited with their friends and families, the Business Ministry said on Monday.
INDIAN ship worker Tejasvi Duseja is desperate to go home after months stranded offshore by coronavirus border closures and lockdowns that have left more than 200,000 seafarers in limbo.
Manila, July 19, 2020 (AFP): Indian ship worker Tejasvi Duseja is desperate to go home after months stranded offshore by coronavirus border closures and lockdowns that have left more than 200,000 seafarers in limbo.
HAMBURG (Reuters) - Jens Boysen disembarked one of the world's largest container ships on Thursday after 167 days at sea when he has acted not only as captain but also as doctor, dentist, mental coach and entertainment director for his stressed-out crew.
Wisma Putra will make arrangements to repatriate illegal Myanmar migrants if Home Ministry gives green light, says Hisham
PUTRAJAYA: Wisma Putra will facilitate arrangements and diplomatic relations should the Home Ministry decide to allow Myanmar to repatriate its citizens who are in Malaysia without valid documents.