Vaccines away for foreign seafarers helping to keep supply chains moving in Hamilton’s port
by Jon Wells for the Hamilton Spectator
October 29, 2021
A pastor, two local doctors and a nurse walk the gangway to help vaccinate foreign crew members of ships in Hamilton’s port.
In pre-pandemic times, pastor Dan Phannenhour would routinely drive crew members from ships docked at Hamilton’s port to a restaurant or a mall to load up on gifts and souvenirs to take home to places like India, the Philippines, and Ukraine.
But these are unusual times, and the crew members — known as seafarers in the shipping industry — are mostly stuck on board. And Phannenhour is delivering not only fridge magnets, SIM cards and Doritos to them, but also Pfizer and Moderna.
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