A person in the uk records have been tested positive for the covid-19.
Therefore, there will be launched a number of initiatives to prevent and contain the infection.
The typing of the maritime training centre Martec, which operates the training Ship Denmark, in a press release Friday.
It is a collaboration between the Danish Agency for Patient safety, board of Health, Municipality of Frederikshavn and the Skoleskibets emergency response, which is to deal with the situation.
All students and the entire crew will be tested as soon as possible at a test centre in Denmark, says Pia famous and best-selling, a director at Martec.
- All the steps we have taken have been in consultation with the Agency for Patient safety.
- Therefore, all who have been on board, be tested and isolated. Either at home with their parents, or in the isolationsboliger, she says.
Eight students are already in hjemmeisolation. 41 students are mustered out and accommodated in isolationsboliger, as the Municipality of Frederikshavn has been made available.
in Addition to 31 additional students and 15 crew members be tested.
All uk records, had been tested negative for the coronavirus, as the ship left Miami 11. July.
Therefore, it is presumed that the infection came on board the Ship during a havneophold in Mariehamn in Finland 20.-22. July.
- The only place, students and crew have been in the country during the last mission, was in Finland. And since there have not been any symptoms on the board, it seems like the most likely, says Pia famous and best-selling.
She stresses that students and crew have followed the general recommendations and the national board of Health's stringent guidelines for the ship.
- sometimes you are just unlucky. You can never guarantee anything, even if you fit, she says.
training Ship Danmark is one of Denmark's two skoleskibe. Here young people can educate themselves to ubefaren skibsassistent.
Every year 80 students on the trip, with the training Ship Denmark.
The cruise Ship Denmark has just come home from, is the year's last expedition.