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  1. I'm a remote inpatient medical coder for the Tacoma/Seattle area and yesterday was approved for my cruise in September.
  2. It was my first cruise as well but I can't see any first timers doing all that for Nassau and certainly no return cruisers.
  3. I wouldn't doubt it. My own 80-year-old grandmother went to her sister's house for a family dinner with my 60-year-old mother on Mother's Day. I met up with them on their way back home to give them their gifts. It has been over 14 days later and nobody is infected. They took a chance and were fine, so was I. That being said, I personally am not getting on a plane or boat today, tomorrow or even next month. But I don't see the harm in travel in late July and beyond. Viruses usually travel in seasons and there really is something to flu being more dormant in the warmer months. I think we will be fine if travel resumes in a couple of months all the way to December. Only time will tell, I suppose.
  4. it's a step in the right direction. As for Memorial Day, I think it will be great to use those locations as case studies. Many people have had the virus and were asymptomatic. Only time will tell how many people are left to be infected.
  5. Who in God's name would do all that for Nassau? Come on now...Really?
  6. Same! I booked a September and October cruise hoping one will sail! No chance if you don't take it!
  7. This is pretty much all cruises. If you are willing to take the chance to cruise later this year, you won't be disappointed on price. NYSE went back to the floor today. I take that as a very good sign.
  8. Exactly. The NYSE floor is opening back up today. Things are slowly getting back to normal and I feel like we will be in the full swing of things in a few more months.
  9. He also didn't read the line afterwards, I can't afford not to take the chance. I don't understand why everyone isn't jumping at the chance to get in on these rock bottom prices. If the cruise company cancels them, you come out ahead. If you sail you come out ahead. If the company goes under you get your money back. It's a no lose situation if you are financially able to do it.
  10. Pissing off current cruisers can lead to zero revenue so.... This happens on almost every cruise ship. They need to just have a designated smoking area and cut out the smoking in the casino. I won't gamble because of the smoking. I don't mind smokers but I have a heart condition and don't need to be exposed to it.
  11. I believe FCC can be transferred. I would make a separate post asking anyone if interested.
  12. February is peak flu season so that's probably why it's so cheap. Everybody saying they wouldn't cruise the rest of the year because of COVID19..just doesn't make sense. COVID will taper down and come back Dec-March along with the flu. I would never take a cruise in February. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/season/flu-season.htm
  13. I keep seeing people say that but I don't know where they get that. I'm seeing rock bottom prices. The cruise I booked for Sept 27 is less than half of what it costs in 2021. My back up cruise in October was booked for about the same price but a much larger room and several more perks. I couldn't afford not to take the chance.
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