1. Crew members on ships at port in Fremantle and Geraldton test positive for COVID-19  ABC News
  2. Coronavirus: Crew on Key Integrity in Geraldton and Al Messilah ships in Fremantle infected with COVID-19  The West Australian
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A crew member on board the Al Messilah livestock carrier in Fremantle tests positive to COVID-19, as a crew member from the Key Integrity bulk carrier, in Geraldton, is also confirmed to have the virus.A crew member on board the Al Messilah livestock carrier in Fremantle tests positive to COVID-19, as a crew member from the Key Integrity bulk carrier, in Geraldton, is also confirmed to have the virus.

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A nurse in full protective gear has boarded a bulk carrier in Western Australia's Geraldton Port to swab a crew member with coronavirus symptoms. The carrier...A nurse in full protective gear has boarded a bulk carrier in Western Australia's Geraldton Port to swab a crew member with coronavirus symptoms. The carrier...

WA bulk carrier crew member virus-tested | The Murray Valley Standard | Murray Bridge, SA

The West Australian government has confirmed two new outbreaks of coronavirus onboard bulk carriers docked off the coast. The West Australian government has confirmed two new outbreaks of coronavirus onboard bulk carriers docked off the coast. 

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The vessels are the third and fourth ship to sail into WA waters with COVID-19 cases on board in less than three weeks, sparking a call by Health Minister Roger Cook for increased safety measures.The vessels are the third and fourth ship to sail into WA waters with COVID-19 cases on board in less than three weeks, sparking a call by Health Minister Roger Cook for increased safety measures.