For McGill community members travelling, or planning to travel
The Government of Canada recommends avoiding all , , parts of South Korea, specifically , and all travel to and .
色综合亚洲色综合吹潮_最不卡的一道本一区1_久久综合九色综合97_久久不射The Provost has strongly advised McGill academic staff members to avoid traveling to China.
Bookings to Mainland China, or bookings with layovers there, will not be processed by McGill’s Vision Link / Direct Travel provider until further notice.
色综合亚洲色综合吹潮_最不卡的一道本一区1_久久综合九色综合97_久久不射The Office of the Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) has recalled McGill students from China, Daegu and Cheongdo in South Korea and from Northern Italy (specifically the provinces of Aosta Valley, Piedmont, Liguria, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtiro.)
Check latest from the Government of Canada.
Other measures you can take include:
- Registering your travels with the Government of Canada’s , or your home country’s equivalent;
- Noting the location and contact details for Canadian embassies and consulates, or your home country’s equivalents, in your host country;
- Reading McGill’s pre-travel emergency preparedness checklist before leaving for University-related travel.
As a reminder, the University does not approve travel for University activities to areas of the world that are under an from Global Affairs Canada.
It is not the University’s policy to cancel activities in an area unless Global Affairs Canada issues such an advisory. Going beyond government directives will only be done upon McGill senior administration's decision after weighing the consequences and the precedent-setting nature of such a decision.
色综合亚洲色综合吹潮_最不卡的一道本一区1_久久综合九色综合97_久久不射Individual units may choose to cancel activities for different reasons, including, for instance, the fact that the situation in some of the areas visited would not allow for the planned activity to be carried out fruitfully (e.g. host university closed, partners canceling meetings, etc).
In cases where activities are cancelled by the University, or by host universities/partners affected students and staff should communicate with their department.
For returning travellers, please see the . Members of the McGill community who have flu-like symptoms should isolate themselves from others as quickly as possible and call 811 (Info-Santé) instead of going in-person to the Wellness Hub or a medical clinic. Info-Santé is a free and confidential telephone consultation service available to all. Based on your symptoms and travel history, Info-Santé will advise you on the best course of action.
Self isolation is recommended for all travelers returning from Iran and from Hubei province in China.