The tuna fleet, stranded in the Seychelles by the Covid-19

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Carlos Manso ChicoteSEGUIRMadrid Updated: Save Send news by mail electrónicoTu name *

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To the hard life in the sea joins you in the last few months the threat of the Covid-19, the Spanish fleet avoided during the early weeks of confinement, delaying the relay of the crews in the fleets of long-distance. However, in may, are already organized two new projects over to the crew at Mauritania and Seychelles with the support of External, the latter with two flights that involved the displacement of 189 people. It is in this archipelago african where the tuna spaniards are living today, and from the 23rd of June, with the fear that the virus has embarked as a stowaway. According to industry sources consulted by ABC in the capital of Port Victoria, there are

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