If you're concerned about travelling, one cruise line wants to make it easier for you to decide what to do. Princess Cruises cancellation policy has been revised because of COVID-19 as 235 Canadians are stuck on one of its ships. You can cancel upcoming trips and even get credits.\nOn March 6, Princess Cruises updated its cancellation policy to allow for cancellations on trips with departure dates through to May 31.\nThe cruise line said the revisions were made because of how the COVID-19 situation is evolving around the world and to help guests make decisions about their upcoming cruises.\nFor trips departing on or before April 3, you can cancel up to 72 hours before the ship sets sail to get a future cruise credit for 100% of the cancellation fees.\nIf you have a trip booked that's departing between April 4 and May 31, you can cancel by March 31 to get a credit for 100% of the cancellation fees.\nFor trips setting sail between June 1 and June 30, the final payment moves up to 60 days before departure from 90 days.\nThese changes come as 235 Canadians are stuck onboard the Grand Princess off the coast of California and waiting to see if any passengers or crew test positive for the virus.\nView this post on Instagram CORONAVIRUS CRUISE | In this Feb. 11, 2020, file photo, the Grand Princess cruise ship passes the Golden Gate Bridge as it arrives from Hawaii in San Francisco. Scrambling to keep the coronavirus at bay, officials ordered the cruise ship to hold off the California coast Thursday, March 5, to await testing of those aboard, after a passenger on an earlier voyage died and at least one other became infected . . . 📷: Scott Strazzante/San Francisco Chronicle via AP, File . . . Tap our link in bio and select this post for the full story . . . #coronavírus #covid19 #coronavirusinfo #princesscruise #princesscruiseline #princesscruises #corona #virus #sanfrancisco #goldengate #abc10 #california #abc A post shared by ABC10 (@abc10tv) on Mar 5, 2020 at 10:01pm PST\nGlobal Affairs Canada told Narcity that they're aware previous passengers on the Grand Princess ship tested positive for the virus and are in contact with the cruise line and local authorities.\nOn March 5, the U.S. Coast Guard delivered testing kits that were then taken back off the ship for testing in California.\nAccording to Princess Cruises, there are currently 2,422 passengers on board the ship and 1,111 employees.\nView this post on Instagram What's your favorite memory of sailing to Japan with us? #PrincessCruises ∙ ∙ ∙ #beautifuldestinations #cruiseship #passionpassport #cruise #traveldeeper #travelawesome #traveljapan #igcruises #japan A post shared by Princess Cruises (@princesscruises) on Dec 19, 2019 at 8:49pm PST\nA man in his 60s from Ontario who was on the Grand Princess from February 11 to February 21 has tested positive for COVID-19.\nAn American man who died was likely exposed to the virus on the ship between those same dates.\nThis isn't the first time a Princess Cruises ship has been affected.\nBack on February 21, 129 Canadians arrived in the country after being evacuated from the Diamond Princess in Japan after an outbreak onboard.\nThe cruise line makes a number of Canadian stops on both their California & Pacific Coast and Canada & New England trips. These include Vancouver and Quebec City, Sydney, Charlottetown, Halifax and St. John's.\n*Cover photo used for illustrative purposes only.