The crew of China’s first home-built aircraft carrier, the Shandong, face tighter shore leave regulations in an effort to keep the coronavirus at bay. Photo: Naval News

China’s first home-built aircraft carrier, the Shandong, tightens shore leave regulations to combat coronavirus

  • Naval command sets quotas and tells crew that trips ashore need permission of captain after medical exam as ‘each and every corner’ of vessel is disinfected
  • PLA Navy’s news website says some Shandong crew members were in worst-hit areas but that no infections were reported
Topic |   Coronavirus outbreak
The crew of China’s first home-built aircraft carrier, the Shandong, face tighter shore leave regulations in an effort to keep the coronavirus at bay. Photo: Naval News
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