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  1. Wow. We are able to travel and are wearing masks and social distancing. The US is noting ANY death ad covid related. We have known people who have died of cancer, heart issues and auto accidents and all the death certificates read the cause of death is covid. If I feel travel is safe I'm not going to hide at home. If it's my it's my time, its my time. My doctor said its safer in Cozumel than in the states thank you very much
  2. I'm just reporting what the locals here are saying. Trustme they want tourism to be what it once was. The island is hurting economically. Also at times, I have found more reliable information out from locals than news media or information put out by the government
  3. We flew into Cozumel on January 4th and leave on the 23rd. It is very strange to see no cruise ships here. There are maybe 25% of the normal tourist population. Our hotel is maybe at 15% capacity. Some are still closed or will be closing again. The cab drivers are getting very fares. Most averaging 1 or 2 a day. Speaking with workers at several locations and management at the hotel, they feel strongly based on the current conditions in the world cruising will not restart here until November at the earliest but more like 2022. One bit of good news, we are told there currently are no case
  4. We flew into Cozumel on January 4th and leave on the 23rd. It is very strange to see no cruise ships here. There are maybe 25% of the normal tourist population. Our hotel is maybe at 15% capacity. Some are still closed or will be closing again. The cab drivers are getting very fares. Most averaging 1 or 2 a day. Speaking with workers at several locations and management at the hotel, they feel strongly based on the current conditions in the world cruising will not restart here until November at the earliest but more like 2022. One bit of good news, we are told there currently are no case
  5. Got mine today! Just a few days over 8 weeks from when the cashed the check. 2 weeks longer than it took for my boyfriend's renewal last year. Not bad considering the circumstances
  6. You do have a point. Guess I just thinking 2020 is out to get us. 😅
  7. This is not going away plain and simple. A vaccine may help but the virus will mutate making the vaccine most likely ineffective by the time it is ready. There will be those who don't want to take a vaccine until it's proven effective and won't cause other issues. Then there are those who won't take it at all.
  8. I will feel 100% better when its in my hand. Then we are booking an AI in Cozumel for January
  9. Got the email yesterday mine was in process. Woke up to and have an email saying it will be here 9/23. So about 2 months from when they cashed the check
  10. So just got an email saying my passport is in process. The website has been saying that since the end of July lol. Guess sending me an email validates what's on the website 🤣😂
  11. They cashed my check on 7/22 so fingers crossed it's not far behind yours
  12. They cashed my check on 7/22 so fingers crossed it's not far behind yours
  13. Hey folks good news. Check this out. I'm still waiting but encouraged https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports.html
  14. The problem with that is there could be underlying conditions that prevent someone from taking the initial vaccine. Whatever vaccine they come up with, while it passes the trials may need to be tweaked so that everyone can take the vaccine. The thing is about making it mandatory is that like the flu vaccine there will be those who will not want to take it. And are public places really going to enforce you provide documentation that you have taken the vaccine? Even if they do we all know documentation can be forged/falsified.
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