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  1. Yes, on several forums. And is called out on those forums as well, To those waiting, I wish you the best and hope you get your refunds soon.
  2. Where do you live? You can check with Kaiser Permanente if you live in an area that offers coverage. This is an HMO, not a travel insurance company. And yes, they do repatriate their members if needed. But always read any policy carefully for exclusions. I think most travel insurance companies exclude CoVID 19 coverage from policies purchased after January 21, 2020. Not sure travel insurance companies will cover COVID 19 now as it is an known factor. Do Try the insurance boards. There are recommendations for agents. We use Steve from Tripinsurance store. We found him on that board/forum. These folks are very knowledgeable. Please post if you find something, good luck.
  3. The Grand Princess was a big story here in Northern California. I don’t remember Governor Newsom opposing the docking, The President, however, is on video opposing it. Roughly half the passengers were Californians. He seemed to be truly focused in the wellbeing of all those in the ship, as well as, local residents. I think his big concern was it would be hard to dock the Grand in a controlled situating right in the middle of San Francisco. I don’t think there was much opposition from Californians either, especially considering how many were onboard. In fact, motorists crossing the Golden Gate Bridge at the time she passed under it, got out of their cars and cheered the passengers on their balconies. It was evident that he was deeply involved in the planning along with Oakland Mayor Schaff. I listed to the Governor’s press conference held the day before the docking(while on hold with Princess to unfortunately cancel cruise). He described the process in great detail. He was very instrumental in choosing the site in Oakland, and in fact would take “any heat for that” in his words. But I don’t remember him ever saying the Grand could not dock.
  4. Hi coral, just curious, was their separate policy? Not though Princess? You Usually recommend a separate policy, Is the refund for the canceled cruise or did you purchase an annual policy? Just asking as I purchase a separate annual policy, with now 2 canceled cruises. Wondering if any hope of some refund there.
  5. Yes, thinking about you all still on board. Best of luck to you.
  6. I wish you and you wife the best, as well as, Paula B and Dog
  7. Very nice, thanks for sharing
  8. You can not assume this. Get real!
  9. Yes, how devastating after the all the work to control. Even Dr. Fauci states there is not enough evidence to support a seasonal cycling. But we can hope.
  10. The average temperature in Singapore durning the height of its break out was 89 F. Not all countries are located in the upper part of Northern Hemisphere but indeed are near the Equator or in the Southern Hemisphere. So it has been summer in some of the countries affected and just now turning to fall. Others, such as Singapore never do have a winter. Truth is there is not enough information yet to make such a claim. NCL executives know this. They send their ships all over the world so need to prepare for the different climates, weather and the seasons.
  11. Hi Nok977. We cancelled the cruise. We may try for 2021. But I will follow along here to read others’s adventures aNd recommendations.
  12. Yep, take your money now if you can. We will have to wait to see what the airlines will do.
  13. Their web site states the company serves Broward County. Looks like all three are from the same company. It is hard to tell for sure though. We moved from Broward County many years ago, but I do remember the company.
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