While in some world regions, the worst part of the Covid-19 seems to be in the past, with deconfinement already under way, in others it remains a serious threat. The solidarity actions from port city actors remain very relevant. In Chilean port cities of Valparaíso and San Antonio, the port authorities continue providing support to underprivilege groups or temporary workers. In Dublin (Ireland), the port authority delivered 500 care packs to seafarers, that have gone through difficult moments, remaining at sea far more than expected. In Trois Rivière (Canada), the port has announced a special donation to four NGOs active in the city-port interface during the pandemic.