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  1. Good point, it will probably evolve into: Test or Show Proof of Vaccination.
  2. Staying in a hotel, without any protocols, is probably more dangerous. Life is risky, so you have to learn how to properly balance those risks.
  3. This is why excessive testing is not a good idea. Test or show proof of vaccination is really the long term solution 🙂
  4. Hopefully the kids will also be vaccinated soon 🙂
  5. Testing everyone indefinitely is just not realistic. At some point they will have to adopt a more practical protocol like: Test or Show Proof of Vaccination. Most public venues are already doing this.
  6. Testing everyone indefinitely is not realistic. They are going to have to move to a more practical protocol like: Test or Show Proof of Vaccination. Most public venues have already adopted this method.
  7. I don't think they are going to require covid testing for vaccinated passengers after the first of the year.
  8. It depends on when your next cruise is scheduled. By next year, I think they will move to a more practical protocol like: test or show proof of vaccination. Hopefully most of this ridiculous testing will be gone for vaccinated people by next year.
  9. Wow, I just can't imagine requiring every passenger to test like this. They are going to have to move to a more practical protocol: like test or show proof of vaccination. Most public venues are adopting this approach.
  10. Hopefully testing will not be required for fully vaccinated passengers after the first of the year. Most public venues are adopting: Test or show proof of vaccination.
  11. Hopefully Royal Caribbean will wave the requirement for testing for fully vaccinated passengers after the first of the year. Test or show proof of vaccination is really what most public venues are doing now.
  12. Well it could also be just show proof of vaccination or proof of negative test taken within 72 hours. Most public venues are doing this now.
  13. This is why they need to move to a more efficient protocol, like test or show proof of vaccination, instead of testing everyone.
  14. I agree, for those who are not vaccinated, Princess should require them to either provide a negative test or take one at the pier. This would be much more realistic, since you would be dealing with a much smaller percentage of passengers.
  15. I think they will transition to: Test or Show Proof of Vaccination. All public venues are adopting this protocol. It's not perfect, but much better than testing everyone.
  16. All public events are moving in this direction, test or show proof of vaccination. It's a matter of finding a level of acceptable risk. Life is not risk free, but we can find acceptable ways to manage risk.
  17. I can understand testing unvaccinated people, but I think testing vaccinated guests is excessive and unnecessary. Hopefully this practice will change next year.
  18. I think many of these protocols will be gone by next year. It will probably come down to proof of vaccination or get tested before your cruise, but not both.
  19. That makes more sense. There would have to be a timeline.
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