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  1. Are you able to get a third shot in Alberta? We’re in Calgary too and would love to have that option. So far I’ve only heard of Quebec and Nova Scotia considering third doses.
  2. I can only begin to imagine what a mess this is going to be at the port. Only a small fraction of cruisers read Cruise Critic. For those that don't, how many repeatedly scan the Terms and Conditions on their booking to see if they've changed? Has Celebrity (or any cruise line) contacted passengers to let them know they won't be allowed to cruise? Certainly opening themselves up to many, many lawsuits. I get that the cruise lines are only following CDC recommendations, but they have a responsibility to inform all affected customers of this change and offer fair compensation (an FCC is no g
  3. The US exported less than 1% of what it produced. Far less than other producers of vaccine. https://www.statista.com/chart/24555/vaccine-doses-produced-and-exported/
  4. Dr Wen and Hotez are not the only ones calling for this https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/20/dr-vin-gupta-encourages-jj-vaccine-recipients-to-get-a-pfizer-or-moderna-booster.html
  5. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/20/dr-vin-gupta-encourages-jj-vaccine-recipients-to-get-a-pfizer-or-moderna-booster.html Interesting that US study suggests J&J vaccine recipients now get Pfizer or Moderna booster based on success of AstraZeneca mixed dosing.
  6. If the cruise lines changed their policy on mixed vaccine dosing after you've booked your cruise, will they refund your deposit or fare paid? Some people must be past final payment at this point. Not sure that I'd be willing to take a FCC that must be used within the year the way things are changing.
  7. Where did you see the Celebrity rule? I can’t seem to find it on their site.
  8. Found this in Princess FAQ: If I've received mixed vaccinations, will that satisfy your vaccination requirements? Guests who have received one single dose of a vector vaccine (e.g. AstraZeneca) and one single dose of a mRNA vaccine (e.g. Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna) will not be considered fully vaccinated. Guests who have received two single doses of mixed vaccines that are the same type (e.g., mRNA) will be considered fully vaccinated and will be permitted to sail, so long as the final dose is received at least 14 days prior to the beginning of the cruise.
  9. Ok, misunderstood your post. AstraZeneca allowed, just not mixed. Got it.
  10. Where did you see that Princess and Carnival are not allowing Astra Zeneca or mixed?
  11. Because I'm an NCL shareholder. I invest in companies expecting them to make sound business decisions. Allowing unvaccinated passengers on cruises at this point and risking another shutdown because of it ends up costing me and the cruise line money.
  12. Yes, the 2 threads were merged.
  13. Long thread on this already. Check out "Princess Login Issues"
  14. Have you tried fleetmon.com? Great source for pictures of all types of ships.
  15. Has anyone else seen this? https://abc13.com/carnival-cruise-when-will-cruises-happen-galveston-ships-port/10634105/ https://www.galvnews.com/news/free/article_c2224d80-5e92-5531-b0fc-a24565068de5.html
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