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Sweetnspicy

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    NCL

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  1. I would go if I lived closer to the Florida ports. I’m 30 in perfect health and have covid antibodies. I don’t think my company would be pleased and I would have to quarantine away from my husband for 2 weeks but at this point we have been together nonstop since February. We might like the break. 🤣🤣🤣
  2. I don’t have any advice other than calling. I am so sorry for your loss.
  3. My husband works for military contractor and has to get permission to go anywhere 100 miles from home. A cruise is definitely out and interstate travel is limited to emergencies only. He has to submit an itinerary 30 day in advance with flight plans, areas of travel and people he is traveling with during even during normal times. The XO of the command then approves or denies it. Its a pain but we have to do it. My job doesn’t care what I do as long as I will take an unpaid quarantine when I return. That’s a little tough for me to do so we just haven’t done anything. We were going to
  4. I get that, but for some of us we can’t take much time off of work. It’s easier to check in once a day so everything doesn’t go to hell.
  5. We spent all our vacation money on house projects so I’ll see everyone sometime late 2021 or 2022. Maybe 2023 if we start our family. Best wishes to everyone wanting to cruise soon and to those not ready yet. My hope is that cruising will still be around when I can finally go and that I can finally afford a Haven suite. 🤩🤩🤩
  6. YES. Scream this from the rooftops. I’m baffled and so sad that people think it’s okay to just let “the old people” die. I love my grandparents. They are so special to me and at 82 and 86, I want them to stick around for as long as they can. They are weak and vulnerable but should that mean they are just out of luck? Guess you shouldn’t be old or have pre existing health conditions!!
  7. I would. I work retail in a very high volume location. I’m not going to be the person that passed the virus around the cruise ship. I wear my mask for others, not for myself.
  8. I bet it is hard. I’m sure they are so happy to have you to help them!
  9. Some schools are going to try and open with just kindergarten through 3rd grade in our area. Your family should check their local school district for more info. I don’t have children but I wouldn’t send them to in person school if I could help it.
  10. I work retail management and just recently the county health dept did secret or surprise walk of the mall where I am located. Unfortunately many stores were caught not enforcing the state and county mandate for wearing masks and they were given hefty fines. My company and my management team is extremely strict with the policy. We deny entrance to anyone not wearing a mask, even if it’s for a medical reason as we offer everything online and that’s the only ADAA requirement we have to follow. It hasn’t hurt our business at all and we are actually beating our Last year numbers and exceeding all g
  11. I was thinking about this today. My husband and I want to start trying for a family next year but would also like to cruise for my birthday in October 2021. I thought it was just on the health declaration you fill out? Doesn’t it ask if you are pregnant? I assume they would just ask you a question or two when you turn it into the check in person. I would for sure go with a note from my OB.
  12. I am so sorry to hear that. I know your family with absolutely love any trip you take them on.
  13. I just flew from Seattle to Austin and then back again. I was worried about wearing my mask the whole time but it actually didn’t even bother me. I put my headphones in and just watched some shows and I just forgot about it.
  14. Exactly. I’m young but I spoke to my grandmother about the horrible effects of Thalidomide on pregnant women and infants in the 1960’s. I’m pro vaccination but more than that I am for safe, thought out trials. Rushing something like this is scary to watch. The US FDA blocked this particular drug in the 60’s because it wasn’t tested enough, and hadn’t been tracked correctly by physicians prescribing it. https://helix.northwestern.edu/article/thalidomide-tragedy-lessons-drug-safety-and-regulation
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