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oneputt18

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  • Location
    South Florida
  • Interests
    Golf, photography
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity and Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. 11 nights in October of this year , not happening.
  2. Actually the upper limit to be considered a temperature is 100.4 which converts to 38 degrees Celsius. Normal temperature of 98.6 converts to 37 degrees Celsius. This was Celebrity"s policy back in early March: "Effective Friday, March 6, mandatory temperature screenings will be conducted for all guests, crewmembers, and visitors prior to boarding any vessel. Your temperature will be taken via a noninvasive digital scan. If your temperature registers above 100.4°F (38° C), you and your traveling companions will be referred to a secondary health screening. Secondary health screenings will be performed by medical professionals who will check for flu-like symptoms and pulse oximetry readings. Any guests who are denied boarding due to concerns during their health screening will receive 100% refund. "
  3. I think that the cruise lines will be lucky to sail by Thanksgiving.
  4. Not to demean status ,but to me, it just means you have the time and more importantly the money. I don't see it as a true "achievement" , more of a financial "perk"
  5. Just a way for OP to brag about making Pinochle
  6. We have been cruising since 1992 and probably won't cruise again. After seeing the way ships were treated by various countries, I don't want to be stuck at sea, especially if we happen to catch the virus.
  7. Emirates airline is doing blood based rapid test before boarding Sent from my SM-G986U using Forums mobile app
  8. AGE Number of Deaths Share of deaths With underlying conditions Without underlying conditions Unknown if with underlying cond. Share of deaths of unknown + w/o cond. 0 - 17 years old 3 0.04% 3 0 0 0% 18 - 44 years old 309 4.5% 244 25 40 1.0% 45 - 64 years old 1,581 23.1% 1,343 59 179 3.5% 65 - 74 years old 1,683 24.6% 1,272 26 385 6.0% 75+ years old 3,263 47.7% 2,289 27 947 14.2% TOTAL 6,839 100% 5,151 137 1,551 24.68% [1] Underlying illnesses include Diabetes, Lung Disease, Cancer, Immunodeficiency, Heart Disease, Hypertension, Asthma, Kidney Disease, and GI/Liver Disease. [source] Statistics as of April 14, 2020.
  9. When you reserve online, you will be asked if you want to add people from another reservation.
  10. Only problem, if they declare bankruptcy and you get pennies on the dollar.
  11. I received my FCC on March 27th and my port fees and taxes were refunded to my credit card today. We were suppose to sail 3/14. Sent from my SM-G986U using Forums mobile app
  12. Problem is that is more staff and the cruise lines do not want to spend more money. But I think it should be changed, I would pay a little more to be served. Sent from my SM-G986U using Forums mobile app
  13. We are booked for November 2020, 99% that will not happen, we will cancel prior to final. Another booked for November 2021, this we are hopeful for. We also will not cruise again until there is a vaccine, although , unless they drop the over 70 , fit to travel, note from doctor, we will never cruise again.
  14. The 70+ health condition policy was formulated by the CLIA, which almost all cruise lines belong to. So you will have the same problem with any cruise line you try to book with.
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