COVID-19 2022 Updates

MS Chi-Cheemaun Ferry Service

MS Chi-Cheemaun continues to operate under the conditions of Transport Canada’s Interim Order No. 3 Respecting Passenger Vessel Restrictions Due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Those conditions and measures include health and recent travel history self-screening for all passengers, and the requirement to wear a cloth reusable facemask in all indoor spaces of the vessels, following Ontario’s guidance for public transit agencies.

Travellers are encouraged to understand all reopening rules and restrictions that may be in place from origin through destination, as these may vary in each community and region.

MS Chi-Cheemaun COVID-19 mitigation measures:

  1. No capacity restrictions. May carry 100% of vessel’s registered capacity limit.
  2. Facemask must be worn in all indoor spaces of the vessels.
  3. Proof of vaccination not required for passengers.
  4. Food & Beverage services will resume
  5. Self-screening prior to travel.
  • Do you have a fever and a cough? 
  • Do you have a fever and breathing difficulty? 
  • Have you been refused boarding in the past 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19? 
  • Are you the subject of a provincial/territorial or local public health order? 
  • Are you in possession of a face mask that covers your mouth and nose, and do you agree to wear this covering for the duration of the crossing? 
  • Passengers will also be required to declare any out-of-country travel made in the
    preceding 14 days.

 

Pelee Island Ferries

Pelee Island Transportation Services continue to operate under the conditions of Transport Canada’s Interim Order No. 3 Respecting Passenger Vessel Restrictions Due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Those conditions and measures include health and recent travel history self-screening for all passengers, and the requirement to wear a cloth reusable facemask in all indoor spaces of the vessels, following Ontario’s guidance for public transit agencies.

Travellers are encouraged to understand all reopening rules and restrictions that may be in place from origin through destination, as these may vary in each community and region.

Pelee Island Transportation Services COVID-19 mitigation measures:

  1. No capacity restrictions. May carry 100% of vessel’s registered capacity limit.
  2. Facemask must be worn in all indoor spaces of the vessels.
  3. Proof of vaccination not required for passengers.
  4. Food & Beverage services will resume
  5. Self-screening prior to travel.
  • Do you have a fever and a cough? 
  • Do you have a fever and breathing difficulty? 
  • Have you been refused boarding in the past 14 days due to a medical reason related to COVID-19? 
  • Are you the subject of a provincial/territorial or local public health order? 
  • Are you in possession of a face mask that covers your mouth and nose, and do you agree to wear this covering for the duration of the crossing? 
  • Passengers will also be required to declare any out-of-country travel made in the
    preceding 14 days.

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