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Updated April 02, WA Premier Mark McGowan has again urged a cruise ship docked in Fremantle to leave, saying he fears more potential COVID cases among the foreign nationals left on board the vessel may overwhelm the state's health system.
The crew members remain on board the German ship nine days after the crisis began when it was told to anchor offshore amid reports of illness on board ,. The Artania has been directed by the Australian Border Force ABF to depart Fremantle, but its crew has responded by saying they want to remain for another two weeks. Mr McGowan told ABC Radio Perth the ship had requested it be disinfected, but he urged the Commonwealth to coordinate an urgent departure as soon as possible.
He told 6PR radio that the WA Health Department's director of communicable disease control, Paul Armstrong, boarded the vessel yesterday and reached that conclusion alongside the ship's doctor. Mr Outram said medical advice suggested there was no reason to believe those crucial crew members had been exposed to COVID He also said it was expected contractors would soon be able to board the ship and begin disinfecting it.
Mr Outram said talks were underway to see if other non-essential crew members could be flown to their home countries in the coming days on charter flights.
Mr Outram said he trusted the intentions of the ship's crew in asking for permission to remain docked in Fremantle were to ensure the ship could leave Australian waters safely. Eight remaining passengers were taken off the ship yesterday after they did not catch a charter flight to Germany on Sunday and stayed on board the Artania without the State Government's knowledge. They were loaded onto a bus and driven under police escort to the Novotel hotel on Murray Street in Perth, where they will undergo quarantine.