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  1. I've visited the Neptune Lounge at various times of the day and have never found it crowded. Usually only one other couple sitting for snacks or coffee. I don't think you'll have any problem with noise.
  2. My first HAL ship. Good Memories...
  3. (CNN) — Health officials in the United States have eased their stance on the safety of cruise travel for vaccinated passengers, lowering the travel alert level just over a week before the first cruise in more than 15 months is scheduled to set sail from a US port. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday lowered its health notice on cruise travel from Level 4, which recommends avoiding all travel, to Level 3, which encourages travelers to get fully vaccinated before traveling. More Here: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/cruise-travel-cdc-lowers-warning/in
  4. Does this new policy allow for the "adjustment" of gratuities? I fear this increase may be additional incentive for more people to adjust (as in downward) or remove the charges altogether. Let's hope not!
  5. I think at this point it's a case of "let the chips fall where they may". Those of us who are vaccinated are protected, and those who have chosen to not get the vaccine know the risk and are willing to accept it. So if someone has not received the shots but decides to say they did, well, oh well.
  6. https://www.cnn.com/2021/05/13/health/cdc-mask-guidance-vaccinated/index.html Wonder how this will play out with the cruise lines? But wait, there's more! https://www.foxnews.com/travel/cdc-eases-mask-requirements-for-fully-vaccinated-cruise-passengers CDC eases mask requirements for fully vaccinated cruise passengers
  7. Headline from our local Connecticut TV station web site: Appointments for COVID vaccine no longer needed at over 50 vaccination sites statewide starting Tuesday
  8. Just a guess, but maybe because we are the United States of AMERICA?
  9. Right you are!! From the CDC web site: Timing of your second shot The timing between your first and second shots depends on which vaccine you received. If you received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, you should get your second shot 3 weeks (or 21 days) after your first. If you received the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine, you should get your second shot 4 weeks (or 28 days) after your first.
  10. That's a long time between shots, but remember even after only the first injection you are something like 80 percent protected.
  11. You may already know this, but if both appointments are scheduled at the same time, you can tell whick you'll be getting by the time interval between shots. Pfizer 28 days between shots Moderna 14 days between shots J&J one shot only. No second appointment.
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