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On 1/9/2022 at 2:12 PM, mikil321 said:

If a couple of thousand Canadians disembark and intend on going back to Canada that day everyone will be scrambling to get one of these tests. 

Definitely an issue. This is what makes cruising so uncertain. It's less being worried about getting really sick as it is some of these other possible complications. So many weird variables due to the testing requirements, especially when you throw in international destinations. 

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We went to Coco Cay. I had not been in years. They really improved it. What a great day. Now Nassau was another story. I wouldn’t bother getting off the ship next time. They are very safe there. You have to wear the mask even walking down the street. However, I can see they have been hurt by Covid. Very run down and empty. The taxi drivers etc don’t leave you alone. It’s really hard to walk down the street without someone pestering you.

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