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  1. I don't see how it doesn't affect the July / August cruises. Since the judge threw out the CDC order (at least temporarily), the cruise lines now cannot legally ask for vaccination proof, which they 100% planned to do for July / August.
  2. I'm reading between the lines but it seems to me that Carnival wants families onboard and are trying to figure a way to get kids on. Seems that they may be shooting for September to allow kids since they mentioned July and August are vaxxed cruises.
  3. My guess is that they won't even allow a car through the gate if not within the window time.
  4. Where did you get that? At best for your case, it's unknown. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/kids-are-half-as-likely-get-covid-19-as-adults-heres-what-we-know
  5. It makes absolutely no sense to include children in the number of guests to calculate the vaccinated percentage. They are not the ones getting or transmitting the virus.
  6. Still more than the $179 (or whatever they are charging for FTTF).
  7. The person I was referring to was going off that the crew was allowed to comingle with others in the real world while only having 1 dose of the Pfizer vax. I asked that question because the J&J was approved at 1 shot and has almost the exact same effectiveness as Pfizer with 1 shot. If they are OK with J&J, then they must be OK with 1 shot of Pfizer (or Moderna)... If they are not OK with 1 shot, like they posted, then they cannot be OK with 1 J&J shot either because they offer the same protection.
  8. Honest question. Are you OK if the crew had been given the J&J vaccine and would consider them fully vaccinated?
  9. LOL. Thanks for making my point... You "earned" platinum by paying Carnival $20 - $30k.
  10. LOL. You realize you EARNED that perk by PAYING a whole bunch of money to Carnival over the years.
  11. I am not going to argue that the virus was initially overblown, because it was deadly in it's original form. The various forms this virus has taken are mere shells of its former self. The lethality of this virus has dropped through the floor and the current most common symptoms are sneezing, headache and runny nose. OMG LET'S SHUT DOWN THE WORLD FOR A RUNNY NOSE!!!! It's time to end the stupidity.
  12. To be fair, the Alaskan itineraries draw a much different crowd that the Caribbean itineraries. I've not yet had the priviledge of going on an Alaskan cruise but I wouldn't expect a lot of 20 somethings with 3 year olds like you see going to Nassau. it completely makes sense that the Alaskan crowd would be excited over no kids.
  13. I'm not arguing that point at all. I completely agree with that, but Federal law trumps state law in almost every circumstance. The Federal law is far from clear.
  14. The EEOC's rulings were based on fully approved vaccines being required. It is up in the air as to whether that ruling applies to unapproved vaccines.
  15. The problem with this ruling is that the vaccine is still experimental in status, not approved. The flu vaccine is fully approved. I remember reading about a federal ruling that stated the businesses cannot require employees to take experimental vaccines. If I'm correct, I would assume a federal court will strike down the TX ruling.
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