- Information note on maritime labour issues and coronavirus (COVID-19) (3 February 2021, Revised version 3.0)
- COVID-19 and maritime labour issues (Extracts from the General report of the 2022 CEACR Report)
- Statement of the Officers of the Special Tripartite Committee: the continuing negative impact of the pandemic on seafarers’ rights (11 February 2022)
- Efforts to limit the effects of Omicron on seafarers must be scaled up (28 February 2022)
Access to vaccines, COVID tests, health documents and personal protective equipment (PPE) must be improved, say ILO, IMO, UNCTAD and WHO.
- Seafarers desperately need prompt access to medical care (6 October 2021)
With hundreds of thousands of seafarers unable to disembark due to COVID-19 restrictions, a joint statement issued by the two organizations says the issue of medical care for seafarers is ‘a matter of life or death’.
- Seafarers and aircrew need priority COVID-19 vaccination (26 March 2021)
UN organizations issue joint call for seafarers and aircrew to be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccination.