Covid: The 400,000 seafarers who can’t go home

“If we are in the middle of the sea far from any land, there will be a chance that our vessel may sink or an accident may happen which may harm human life which would be a bigger problem for us. So I still work whether I like it or not to keep our ship working,” said Alona, who’s using a fake name because he’s worried he won’t get work if he’s identified.

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