Action for passenger health by Silversea
Silversea understands that our guests and travel partners may be concerned about recent developments with the Ebola illness. In order to address these concerns, Silversea has implemented the following precautionary measures regarding Ebola.
Until further notice, all embarking guests will be asked to complete a public health questionnaire regarding guests’ recent travel and current health status. Guests meeting the criteria below will be denied boarding.
1. Guests who have lived in, visited, been on a flight to and /or from, made a flight connection through or stopped in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea within not less than 30 days of embarkation;
2. Guests who have had personal contact with any individuals who have traveled to Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea within not less than 30 days of embarkation; or
3. Guests who have or have had personal contact with, or helped care for, an individual diagnosed with Ebola within not less than 30 days of embarkation.
The safety and well-being of our guests and shipboard staff is always of utmost importance to us. We are closely monitoring the situation and evaluating the latest information and recommendations of the World Health Organization. If you have any questions about these procedures, please visit our website at www.silversea.com/security or click here to read our policy on Ebola.
Due to the ever-changing nature of this worldwide health concern, regular updates to the above guidelines will be made as necessary. Please be advised that there will be no further Ebola updates sent to you, and it is the guests’ responsibility to ensure that they are up-to-date regarding the most current information available concerning Ebola guidelines by visiting www.who.int.
We trust you will understand the importance of these procedures to safeguard your health and that of others.
We also ask that you do not book guests who have lived in, visited, been on a flight to and /or from, made a flight connection through or stopped in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea within not less than 30 days of embarkation.