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gmbhardy

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  • Location
    Southern Ontario
  • Interests
    Cruising
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Norwegian
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. When I send in my request, I always ask for an updated amenity confirmation form.
  2. Just read on another thread that you can apply for a vaccination “exemption”. Just wondering if mixed vaccinations would be considered.
  3. Just booked my dining reservations on the Encore, 130 days out (we have the Haven booked). Couldn’t book main shows though.
  4. I’m willing to bet that the WHO will approve vaccine mixing when more data becomes available. At that point, NCL will no doubt change their policy.
  5. I don’t know who to blame - the Canadian federal government, the WHO or NCL but someone or all of them need to get their **** together.
  6. That’s hard to believe. All the articles I’ve read say infections are going up in unvaccinated people due to the Delta variant and that vaccinated people are showing significant resistance to getting sick.
  7. In Canada residents were strongly encouraged to mix vaccines. The strategy being to immunize as many people as possible with the available inventory. Our scientific review agency the National Advisory Committee on Immunization or NACI said mixing was safe and effective based on studies done in the UK. Just this week the WHO said there was not enough available data to form a recommendation on mixing. I have two cruises booked on NCL in November and January that I’m going to cancel if the policy hasn’t changed by the time I have to make final payment. I would like to replace those cruises with MSC sailings if their vaccine protocols accept mix dose immunizations.
  8. Sorry if this has been discussed before, but does MSC accept mixing vaccines?
  9. I suggest that a significant reason Canada ‘s COVID numbers have come down is because we have had the most stringent lock down measures in North America, particularly in Ontario, and there’s a price to pay for that too. I would just like to know how the NACI could make a recommendation on vaccine mixing weeks ago when the WHO recently said there was currently insufficient data to form a conclusion. What data was NACI using? As mixed vaccine recipients, It will be interesting to see what happens when Justin and Doug attempt to cross the border, if it ever opens.
  10. The problem is that the Canadian government politicized the vaccine roll out and circumvented existing protocols to get as many people vaccinated as possible. The optics are good but it may come back to haunt them in the long term.
  11. What an absolute piss off. There goes two more cruises. I give up!
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