A crew member on board a grain ship docked at Kwinana has been cleared of COVID-19. The crew member, on board the bulk grain-carrier BW Matsuyama. sparked fears of a potential outbreak yesterday after displaying coronavirus-like symptoms. But WA Premier Mark McGowan said the crew member who displayed symptoms had tested negative for COVID-19. Loading of the ship would resume today and it was expected the ship would depart on Wednesday. “These things will happen, people will show COVID symptoms,” he said. “It may well be some other illness. He’s been tested and out back on the ship.” WA reported one new coronavirus case today — a returned international traveller in hotel quarantine. The crew member was transferred to Fiona Stanley Hospital last night from the Kwinana Grain Terminal. There are 18 other crew members onboard the vessel, which arrived at the dock on Friday from Singapore. All crew members boarded the vessel on August 20, from a port in the Filipino capital Manila.