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    Ottawa, On, Canada
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    biking, rowing, kayaking, reading

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  1. Not dying seems like a pretty good incentive to me.
  2. It just says Travel Immunization Record and has the health Canada logo. It makes no mention of military but has my service number hand written on the front. I don't have any cruises booked right now. I'm waiting for the whole covid - vaccination mess to get sorted out before I book. Luckily, the military didn't used mixed shots, we all got moderna and our shots were 4 weeks apart. My DH (not military) got 2 doses of phizer but they were 9 weeks apart.
  3. Who knows? It wouldn't be that common so would officials even recognize it? It just has my name and last 3 hand written on the front cover and it is quite faded as it is 20 yrs old. If I plan to travel before there is a vaccine passport, I'll see if I can get some kind of printout from my doctor and carry it with my booklet and hope that one of the other is accepted.
  4. I can try but without an OHIP number, not sure if I'd be able to access it. If they had a national vaccine passport I'm sure that the military vaccine data would be able to be added to it.
  5. I was vaccinated by the military so didn't get either. They just put it in my military immunization book so I'm not sure if that will be accepted anywhere. I'm hoping they do a vaccine passport.
  6. add to that, you can only take ship's excursions or stay on the ship while in port.
  7. This new information still says vaccines are recommended. Vaccines are expected to have full FDA approval within a few weeks. Get it or don't. I stand by my statement that it is ironic to be waiting for herd immunity while not be willing to do what it takes to get there. I
  8. From links above: This article is a preprint and has not been peer-reviewed . It reports new medical research that has yet to be evaluated and so should not be used to guide clinical practice. While the study found that unvaccinated survivors of the coronavirus show lasting immunity against the virus, the Cleveland Clinic still recommends that anyone who can get the vaccine, should, telling FOX 8, “We don’t know how long the immune system will protect against reinfection or protect against variants.”
  9. Do you get the irony of waiting for herd immunity but not getting the vaccine?
  10. This is the exact reason that I always sail MSC when doing a Med cruise. Why go to Europe to feel like you are in the US?
  11. The other benefit for Kindle, Kobo, is that you can adjust the font size. Can't do that with a paperback.
  12. none of these things are contagious or can affect you by being near someone with unhealthy levels of them.
  13. I don't think many gay people will tell you it is a choice!
  14. Thanks DCGuy, that's what I was trying to say!
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