COVID-19: Exposure notices from select cruise ships
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The Public Health Agency of Canada advises you to practise enhanced health precautions when travelling internationally. When travelling in Canada or abroad, you should understand the risks and consider how travel may impact you, your family and your community.
How affected cruise ships are identified
Cruise ships are listed as "affected" when a province or territory, or international health authority notifies us that:
- a person living in Canada who recently returned from a cruise has been identified as a COVID-19 case, or
- a person living in Canada was onboard a cruise ship within the last 14 days and the ship had a COVID-19 case on board
We update this information when we're notified of a new affected vessel.
We remove this information 14 days after the end of the sailing date, because this is the risk period for those who may have been exposed.
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Last updated: January 26, 2022, 12:00 p.m. EST
This is not a complete list of COVID-19 exposures from cruise ships. We recommend that you also check sources specific to each cruise ship, such as the:
- cruise line
- cruise's country of origin
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which monitors ships sailing in their waters, and assigns a colour status to cruises according to reported COVID-19 cases (English only)
Some provinces and territories post public COVID-19 exposures, including affected transportation, on their websites:
If you've been exposed
If you've been exposed to COVID-19 during your travels:
- monitor your symptoms for 14 days
- isolate immediately if you develop symptoms and consult the guidance from your public health authority
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