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Embem

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About Embem

  • Rank
    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Eden Prairie, MN
  • Interests
    Vacations, Trivia, Cards, Drinking, and Beach Days
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Cozumel or Half Moon Cay

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  1. The vaccines are really effective at keeping people from suffering the most severe consequences of covid, but infections are still a possibility. And while the data are showing that vaccinated individuals are less likely to spread covid, it could still happen. So in theory, the only way to keep serious covid-19 cases from spreading would be to have everyone vaccinated. Otherwise, a vaccinated person could potentially infect an unvaccinated person... Imagine the nightmare scenario of a more contagious varient speading on a cruise ship amonst the unvaccinated folks after one point of
  2. I think cruise lines are going to have to do everything in their power to prevent serious outbreaks of the virus. This should definitely include required vaccinations for all passengers... and until covid is more under control overall, the other measures should stay too.
  3. Hubby and I will be on the Carnival Conquest in a few weeks, and we're largely eschewing traditional shore excursions in favor of more DIY options. We'll be in in San Juan on Sept. 17th, and we want to do our own walking tour of Old San Juan and maybe the forts if time allows. Does anyone have recommendation for guide books/literature on the area to help us map out our walking tour? There was one kindle book I found on Amazon that might be good (The Old San Juan Walking Tour), but reviews were pretty mixed. Other words of wisdom on San Juan for those who have been the
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