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  1. I don't see how a cruise line can show such proof. It is up to the host country whether or not they will accept an infected passenger, and whatever criteria is being used by that country could change in a flash.
  2. Two points: "Entities" is referred to as "government entity". Airlines, cruiselines, etc. may get substantial government assistance, but they are not government entities. Secondly, the phrase" for the purpose of certifying an individual's Covid-19 vaccination status to a third party" further narrows this highly questionable edit that our beloved governor has decided to spew forth. What does he think that any other vaccination card is issued to do, other than to confirm to third parties that the card carrier is vaccinated against a particular disease. Such proof has for generations been
  3. I thought that was what I read on the picture of the FCD's that Mary posted, although it was difficult to read.
  4. Nor recipes of jambalaya??? BTW, you were right, several years ago - it is best cooked on the range, not in the oven. I am a convert.
  5. As mentioned by others, you will find a wealth of information in the World Cruise forum and, in particular, tremendous help from the Inside Cabin. I may have his packing list on my computer. If you will email me at the address below, I will send it to you. We found it indispensable when planning our 89-day Grand Asia. I would not worry about visas until early 2022. Who knows what changes may transpire in the meantime.
  6. Yes, that is a major problem with devising a international policy to avoid fraudulent vaccination cards, and I read that it is under consideration. In the meantime, however, I believe that each state's Health Department (or the equivalent thereof) keeps records of its residents' vaccinations. Would it be such a problem to require that anyone carrying a vaccination card and requiring to produce it, also provide an official, state-stamped letter affirming the vaccination card? Just a thought.
  7. My thoughts, exactly! Anxious to go but not if masks aboard the ship are required.
  8. There was no place in the poll to clarify "Other." We would definitely go after being fully vaccinated if both staff and passengers must have been vaccinated and, most important, no social distancing, no masks, and the right to take independent tours. Absent that, not interested in cruising.
  9. Thank you. I had (wrongly) assumed that because it was capitalize, it referred to a specific person. Now . . . I just need to learn how to pronounced that phrase.
  10. I have just added it to my linguistic repertoire - but where does "Morgen..." come into the picture?
  11. I am making your argument. The conversation had substantially veered.
  12. But we are not talking about the Government mandating the entire population. We are not even talking about the Government mandating it for a portion of the population. The discussion has been about businesses mandating a vaccine and, as you mentioned, legitimized by the U.S. Supreme Court. The reasoning comes under the category of "substantial public interest", and that is a legal justification.
  13. That should be made required reading for all those who think that their "freedom" is absolute! Thank you for posting that.
  14. I doubt that it is made-up news. The employer can fire her for any reason. She can choose not to be vaccinated, and the employer can choose to dispense with her. The employer is probably dictating that when vaccines are available for her age group or occupational status, she must get vaccinated. If she chooses not to, she can look for another job.
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