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JamieLogical

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    Rochester, NY
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    cruising, video gaming, trivia, D&D, board games
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    Norwegian
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Bermuda
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  1. Well, it's too late for us! My husband ended up getting a rapid PCR test today because his CVS results were taking too long to come in, so he would be covered. But the last test my parents or I took was on Wednesday. Oh well. We do have travel insurance *and* we are driving to NYC, so hopefully we wouldn't have any/many expenses anyway.
  2. Well, their current policy doesn't even last 6 month, as it is set to expire on January 1. However, I do fully expect them to extend it. If they can feasibly come up with a way to implement a booster requirement, then great! I just think it's a little more challenging because only certain populations are/will be eligible for boosters. It's a lot easier to look at the date of your second shot, see you are more than two weeks out, and say you are good to go than it will be to say check a whole litany of boxes: Did you get Pfizer? Are you over 65? Are you at high risk (how would they even know)? Are you a healthcare worker (again, how would they know?) Has it been more than 6 months since your second dose? Much harder to enforce than show me you got two shots of Moderna/Pfizer or one of J&J and it's been more than 2 weeks since.
  3. I sincerely doubt that NCL is going to change any of their vaccine requirements to include boosters as not every country is offering them or they are only being offered to limited populations. That may change next year, if they extend their vaccination requirement into 2022, but I can't imagine the will change anything for this year.
  4. Really feel like this post should have been made in the roll call thread as there is already *MUCH* discussion of PCR testing there..... And this is just going to confuse everyone sailing on other ships and to other destinations this weekend.
  5. You have to cancel by 10/2 if you want your cruise fare back as FCC, so you only have about a week to keep an eye on things before deciding.
  6. I checked out the maps once you mentioned it. Definitely tough to tell where it will end up. I had been worried about Peter, but now that's looking like a real non-issue.
  7. Yes. We are in the full throws of waiting for PCR test results and completing Bermuda TAs....
  8. Also, you can get free continental (cold) breakfast from room service using the provided door hanger cards in your room.
  9. Yes, you need to wait for the email for your specific sailing, because the "event code" is unique to your sailing.
  10. Oh wow! That's great. As it was, anyone not on Cruise Critic or social media might be completely in the dark if they did not read/comprehend the ONE email they sent us about it.
  11. I agree that the government is unlikely to turn away cruise ships for fear of COVID spread. I think it is more likely they would turn away cruise ships, because they are logistically incapable of accommodating them due to staffing/resource shortages caused by the current COVID outbreak and quarantines.
  12. I watched the press conference today with the Bermuda Minister of Transportation. They do not seem closer to reaching an agreement to get bus and ferry drivers back to work. The issue now is that the transportation workers want to be paid for the past five days they haven't worked and the government is refusing to do so. So, no immediate end in sight for the transportation shut down.
  13. I watched the press conference today with the Bermuda Minister of Transportation. They do not seem closer to reaching an agreement to get bus and ferry drivers back to work. The issue now is that the transportation workers want to be paid for the past five days they haven't worked and the government is refusing to do so. So, no immediate end in sight for the transportation shut down.
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