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  1. Nope - I reluctantly only have one cruise booked for January that is a L&S from last November, booked in the fall of 2019. No way am I so wrapped up in cruising that I let it control my life and I'm not booking another cruise until things get back to normal - or at least close to it. I realize that may be 6 months, a year, or even never and I'm perfectly fine with that. As much as I love cruising, my life can go on without it.
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  3. Can you post that? I still don't see why hospitals and clinics allow a longer window than cruise ships for testing. I recently had a colonoscopy and my test was on Monday for a Friday procedure.
  4. I use a Mac - has anyone used the Abbott test with something other than a PC?
  5. Well, as long as it doesn't turn brown..........
  6. Do they give people a wrist band for that?
  7. Maybe they wear swim diapers! 🤣
  8. And they are also probably peeing in the pool.🚽
  9. I'm not understanding your reasoning. Why would I ever want to board a ship if I was asymptomatic? I'm certainly not that desperate to cruise.
  10. I had a cruise on 11/28 and changed it to the end of January just for this very reason. Who wants to deal with a test on Thanksgiving Day and hope the results are back in time over a long holiday weekend? Not us. And I don't want to pay $150 for something I can get for free at CVS. I'm happier waiting for January and taking a chance things will be better by then. Even if the tests are still required, I won't be dealing with a holiday. But I still think 3 days is ridiculous, especially when I was able to get a test on a Monday for a Friday medical procedure and that was acceptable to a hospital.
  11. My cruise isn't until the end of January, so who knows what protocols will be in effect then, but I think I will get a test even if it isn't required. I plan on having as many bases covered as possible and won't assume anything.
  12. I agree, they are looking more appealing right now. I have a January cruise that I hope I will be on, but I'm not booking anything else until all of this mess goes away. Vacations are supposed to be relaxing. Maybe cruising still is once onboard, but it's getting on the ship that right now, is stressful.
  13. I just did this two weeks ago with my November, 2021 Oasis cruise that was a L&S from 2020, booked with a NRD in the fall of 2019. I was able to move my cruise to the end of January, 2022 and I only paid $44 pp, which was the price difference between the two cruises. There was no penalty charge to do this.
  14. Actually from what I've read, most scientists think that is not very likely.
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