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If Royal Requires A Covid-19 Vaccine Before Cruising Will You Get It???


If Royal Requires A Covid-19 Vaccine Before Cruising Will You Get It???  

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  1. 1. If Royal Requires A Covid-19 Vaccine Before Cruising Will You Get It So You Can Cruise Again?

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15 minutes ago, TheMastodon said:


We are following their guidance.

 

The problem is we aren’t doing what YOU want. 

I've already told you what I want, "Listen to the epidemiologists, scientists and experts and do what they say."

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Mapleleafforever said:

That's quite a lot of recoveries right there. And how many people had it but didn't know it it and didn't get tested? 

Of course it's a lot of recoveries.   Recoveries are not nearly as important as deaths.

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23 hours ago, TheMastodon said:


If you want to save people from Cancer then end your Covid19 fear mongering so people actually go to the Dr. again.  I forgot tho, cancer has stopped for the past 6 months. 

 

Read something about that this morning. Oncologist was quoted as saying "Coronavirus tunnel vision has caused the biggest cancer crisis in my lifetime. It's a disaster."

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8 minutes ago, Mapleleafforever said:

Read something about that this morning. Oncologist was quoted as saying "Coronavirus tunnel vision has caused the biggest cancer crisis in my lifetime. It's a disaster."


Don’t tell that to Yogi or Pratique - their logic has no room for information like this.

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3 hours ago, Mapleleafforever said:

Read something about that this morning. Oncologist was quoted as saying "Coronavirus tunnel vision has caused the biggest cancer crisis in my lifetime. It's a disaster."

 

Tragic, I'm turning 50 very soon and, at my Dr's urging, did a full screening for men of my age.  Fortunately all came back normal.  People need to put fears aside and take care of themselves.  Responsibly, of course.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Pratique said:

Please stop making this personal. The personal attacks are completely unnecessary.

You're right, but after a while it's almost expected.  There's  a teaching in philosophy (argumentum ad hominem) that if you can't win an argument with logic, personally attack your opponent.  In essence, it doesn't reflect on you or me, but the person who says it.

 

Keep up the good work!

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2 hours ago, yogimax said:

You're right, but after a while it's almost expected.  There's  a teaching in philosophy (argumentum ad hominem) that if you can't win an argument with logic, personally attack your opponent.  In essence, it doesn't reflect on you or me, but the person who says it.

 

Keep up the good work!

He wouldn't be doing this over a drink in the SL. I'm assuming. Something about the internet brings it out. Maybe it's because there's an audience.

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30 minutes ago, Pratique said:

He wouldn't be doing this over a drink in the SL. I'm assuming. Something about the internet brings it out. Maybe it's because there's an audience.

Interesting and true!  We made good friends in the lounge a couple of cruises ago.  We all had fun and had a lot of laughter.  Once we came back and got on the internet, he was a changed person with politically charged and obnoxious comments.  He's the only person I have ever blocked on Facebook, but I'm still FB friends with his wife, a really nice person.

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5 hours ago, Pratique said:

Please stop making this personal. The personal attacks are completely unnecessary.


Im sorry.  You are right.  I don’t mean harm - just trying to poke you in the side.  Much is lost on keyboard / we are from diff generations.  

 

57 minutes ago, Pratique said:

He wouldn't be doing this over a drink in the SL. I'm assuming. Something about the internet brings it out. Maybe it's because there's an audience.

 

Of course I would.  Much easier to have a debate in person.  

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3 minutes ago, Vacationdreamer<>< said:

 

That's a little longer than "15 days to stop the spread..."

😢

 


Just a tad.  
 

I hope that it lifts people’s spirits who have otherwise not been able to see the light at the end of the tunnel - that’s all.  

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1 hour ago, Vacationdreamer<>< said:

 

It's just that it is still a really long tunnel and I want out of my state.  😉

 

 


Im sorry.  It sucks all around - it could be much worse.  Things feel pretty semi normal where I live minus mask and not being able to pack restaurants.  Our governor has been a solid, realistic leader throughout this so I feel lucky.
 

  I think the most important thing to do is take care of your mental health and overall well being.  Stay off social media (rat poison), don’t watch the mainstream news & get outside and be active.  Exercise and mediation are great hobbies you can do anywhere.  Occupy your mind with positive thoughts and enjoy those around you.   It’s always important to remember that 95% of this country is filled with just normal people who love their families and go about their life like all of us do.  We are all in this together and want to get back to normal.  

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On 7/22/2020 at 5:56 AM, PhillyFan33579 said:


Keep in mind no vaccine currently being developed is going to eliminate the possibility of getting COVID-19. 

This makes sense.  If the flu vaccine was perfect, no one would ever get the flu again.  How do we know that there won't be multiple strains of this, like the flu?

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On 9/16/2020 at 9:28 AM, TheMastodon said:

Woohoo

 

 

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Good thing the CDC isn't in charge.....

 

There was never a reason to leave "normal" save some adjustments to personal behavior and 30 day suspension of major events.

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1 hour ago, julesbeara said:

When I started this thread, I never expected it would last this long and have so many responses.😮

 

To answer the original question, I will get the vaccine when available, but I won't be first in line; maybe six weeks or so down the road.

 

I think all U.S. cruise lines will follow and use the same procedures. No one wants to be the odd man out.

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21 minutes ago, scottca075 said:

 

To answer the original question, I will get the vaccine when available, but I won't be first in line; maybe six weeks or so down the road.

 

I think all U.S. cruise lines will follow and use the same procedures. No one wants to be the odd man out.

 

I was selected to participate in the Oxford vax study - wife put her foot down on that one tho and doesn't want me to participate (I don't mess with her - happy wife happy life)  But, I will be first in line when widely available.

 

And I agree with you - I think all these cruise lines will all follow VERY similar guidelines.  

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