Ilana Shepherd / Gron Vancouver – January 1, 2022 at 8:45 p.m. | History: 355874
Photo: Vancouver Port
Vancouver Harbor plans to welcome travelers for the 2022 season, but says Canadian locals should not leave the country.
Since November 1, ships have not been banned off Canadian waters. However, the Government of Canada advises that you carry out isolation procedures on board or abroad.
In addition, local authorities may substantially limit the range of diplomatic services available on cruise ships, especially in isolated situations.
The Government of Canada will not pay your medical bills, including COVID or medical discharge costs. Medical expenses will be higher if needed and you will have to pay for your medical bills immediately.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on December 30 warned people not to travel because the Omigron fuel variant exploded on board, regardless of their vaccination status.
The CDC said more than 90 cruise ships were under investigation or surveillance as a result of the COVID-19 cases. The agency did not release the number of injured.
Despite the refusal of ships to enter some foreign ports, US travel lines have not announced any plans to halt travel.
So far, Public Health has not issued any report specifically regarding boating, except that travel outside Canada is not recommended.
– With Canadian Press files.
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