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  1. And none of that matters or means anything if the country that the ship is traveling to requires the passport or proof of vaccination. Just because some US governor makes a rule, it does not mean that any other countries, or, any other state needs to obey it. Simply put, if a cruise ship can not ask for proof, they will not be allowed to enter other waters. So either they get the proof, or move to a more reasonable and sane state.
  2. I would like to believe that to be true. But we all know that some people are very irresponsible.
  3. And most countries would not allow them to visit
  4. The OP did not say anything about the CDC preventing the cruise, but did say not allowing US citizens from going on those cruises. Big difference.
  5. Does it really matter? The CDC, and the Florida governor have ZERO control over what other countries require for a ship to enter their ports. The ships will need to comply with each and every country that they enter.
  6. What does this have to do with the topic of overriding the CDC no sail order? It is so special when people try to make a point by repeating some non related thing they have heard or read.
  7. Yes, on cruises to OTHER countries. Countries that may or may not have citizens who are vaccinated. Countries that may or may not have an outbreak that could become an international event. That may make the US decide to block the ship from retuning. For example, there are many strains that the current vaccines are not blocking at as high a rate. Of course this is all speculation. However, it is definitely a possibility.
  8. Yes, Disney, flying, and any other close contact is a risk. However, one has more opportunities to encounter a positive person on a 7 day cruise. Russian roulette.
  9. No. Cruising is not a State or local activity. They are an international activity. And, at the end of the day, you are in close contact with others for extended periods of time with no ability to leave if you want.
  10. Just because airports are busy, does not mean that it is safe
  11. And, according to the governor, the ship docking in Florida could not ask for proof of vaccination. So it can never happen.
  12. That would be one way to get the pool to yourself And have fresh omelettes
  13. Leave my emotional support peacock out of this. Or my wife's emotional support alligator.
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