"Last port of call" nghĩa là gì?
"Last port of call" = cảng cuối cùng -> nghĩa là nơi dừng chân cuối cùng.
Crew disembarking (xuống tàu) or taking shore leave at Korean ports from vessels whose last port of call was in China must undergo (trải qua) a PCR test and quarantine (cách ly) for one day.
As part of its dismantling (gỡ bỏ) of its zero-covid policy Beijing has allowed travel in and out of the country with transport officials also revealing over the weekend that crew leaving or joining ships in China will no longer need to quarantine. Seafarers coming from overseas (nước ngoài) must now only take a covid test 48 hours prior to the departure of their last port of call before entering the People’s Republic.
Speaking to the Glasgow Tab, John Nicolson MP, who lost to Lady Rae by a margin of 145 votes in April 2021, said he was “disappointed that the students feel let down” and stressed (nhấn mạnh) the importance of the role as “often the last port of call” for students to get help.
“My trumpet is the key to the city,” he said. “I can go into a bar with the trumpet on my back and be asked to play. I’ve done that in Panama, Colombia, and our last port of call, Brisbane, Australia. It’s a great way to meet people from all over the world.”
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