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Cruising Chatter / Covid on the Celebrity Millennium
« Last post by Host Mike on June 13, 2021, 06:10:46 AM »
"Two passengers sharing a room on a Caribbean cruise ship tested positive this week for Covid-19, triggering safety precautions that enabled some 600 other passengers to continue eating and gambling on the ship."

"The positive cases on the Celebrity Millennium ship, operated by Royal Caribbean Group, RCL -0.60% were detected after nearly all passengers showed proof of vaccination and a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours before embarking from the island of St. Maarten last week. The few people who didn’t show proof of vaccination were children."
"Princess Cruises has announced the cancellation of all remaining Canada New England cruises in 2021. It comes as Canada remains closed to passenger vessels with the interim order extended into February 2022. The cancellations impact those booked on the Caribbean Princess cruise ship."

“Guests are strongly recommended to set sail fully vaccinated, if they are eligible,” the company said in a statement. “Those who are unvaccinated or unable to verify vaccination will be required to undergo testing and follow other protocols, which will be announced at a later date.”
I don't understand his logic. What difference does it make if the cruise line asks if a person has been vaccinated or not?
Some people are just to sensitive about protecting their information.
"Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Friday that the state would not hesitate to fine cruise lines thousands of dollars if they require passengers to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19."
"Following passage of the Alaska Tourism Restoration Act, work with Alaska government officials, and recent guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Princess is announcing its intent to return to service in the United States with a partial season of Alaska sailings from Seattle. Our first 2021 Alaska voyage will set sail on Majestic Princess® on Sunday, July 25, 2021."
"The legislation waives the Passenger Vessel Services Act for as long as Canada's cruise ban is in place (currently, through February 2022). This would allow foreign-flag ships to transport passengers between Washington state and Alaska."

"Cruise lines still have to get through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's conditional sailing order, and have estimated it takes 60 to 90 days to start up a ship."
Princess issued a recent cancellation list.
Cruising Chatter / Re: Norwegian will vaccinate all crew members
« Last post by NSWP on May 03, 2021, 10:14:39 PM »
You would think that it would be a standard on all cruise lines.

You would think so, but apparently not. It will only take a couple of covid cases to emerge on a cruise and back to square 1.
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