WORLD NEWS SUPERFAST
Australia News – Australian troops are being deployed to Port Heleland. It is one of the world’s largest iron ore loading ports. The coronavirus outbreak occurs on a bulk carrier on the crew that was finally converted in the maritime city of Manila.
Seventeen of the 21 crew members on the ship have tested positive for the virus, according to information received to World News Superfast, the ship’s owner Oldendorf Carriers said in a statement.
Manila crew complies with all protocols
According to information received by the World News Superfast, ten of those who confirmed the virus have been transferred to the hotel quarantine, while seven are as part of a crew of 11 people.
Oldendorf said – On 5 September the Manila crew complies with all protocols. The statement neither mentions the nationalities of the crew members with the virus, nor how many of the ship’s crews are from the Philippines. All crew members tested negative for the virus before leaving the Philippines, Oldendorff said.
More than 700 people infected every day
Australia’s coronovirus hotspot state Victoria reported 10 new cases in the last 24 hours on Tuesday, a second wave, infecting more than 700 people every day in the past month, according to information received by the World News Superfast.
The nation’s second-most populous state placed Melbourne’s nearly five million residents in the state capital in early August under stringent lockdowns and curfews, which began to be lifted on Sunday itself. Officials said a key indicator, rolling the 14-day average, fell to 18.2, surpassing the state government’s expectations.