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  1. My 4th cruise is july 29th im fully vaccinated and ready

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  2. Cruise ships today look like box cars. Where is the grace? They but azz ugly.

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  3. 98% and 95%!!
    1.1B loss by RCL
    🛳 by Mid July
    Let's see how this goes.

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  4. I'll be taking a cruise in the future

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  5. Continue the lawsuit against these corrupt/criminal CDC,FDA,HHS and include Fauci let’s find out the truth

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  6. Stupid.

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  7. I'd easily take the bet IT WILL NOT HAPPEN !! CDC already extended the stupid MASK mandate until September 2021.

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  8. The CDC had better have a plan to keep ships with viral outbreaks AWAY FROM PORT. Nobody wants rats off an infected ship.

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  9. While millions come across the border with the virus, the CDC is going to tell you how to live your life.

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  10. They also pay no taxes.

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  11. As a crew member i am happy to hear the news i been lost my job since the beginning of lockdown, good luck for my crew fellow

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  12. 1% of 1 mutation 🔎 I'd play the lottery before I took a cruise

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  13. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    Uh no

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  14. Bout dam time

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  15. DeSantis screwed Florida, and lost BILLIONS in revenue. Cruise lines can't progress to paying passengers without 98% crew and 95% passengers vaccinated. But DeSantis says they can't ask. Can't have it both ways, Ron. You dope.

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  16. CDC issued a statement saying the reason Joe had low in home viewership of his SOTU speech, was because of covid.
    They are willing to look mighty biased stupid, just to serve Demented Joe

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  17. One thought it might be more advantageous to have an all vaccinated cruise because in the beginning sailing will be at the at a fractional capacity. They will expand the amount of passengers based on outcomes of the first few sailings. Vaccinated crew and passengers equals less if at all incidents of Covid which equals allowance of more customers and higher revenue.

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  18. "Cruise Industry Prepares To Set Sail in July With New CDC (Covid) Guidance" thereby motivating us, the people of America, to redouble our efforts to rapidly find out at any given moment, including even while On-Line, who among us are unwittingly contagious (i.e. pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic) in order to #ConvinceItForward for them to call their doctor and to self-quarantine per CDC guidelines in hopes of stopping this pandemic instead of having more #MourningInAmerica. Thus, we're hoping for the best while preparing for the worse-case scenario of the #UKvariant strain(s) mutations and others like the South African, Brazilian, Californian, Texan (BV-1), & #Cluster5Mink mutations rendering current vaccines no longer effective.

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  19. I like how they say may, a small reminder that there is always another shoe waiting to drop.

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  20. It’s not a vacation for me if I’m still required to wear a mask. No thanks I’ll wait.

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  21. The only sad thing is that we don't have a vaccination mandate for other modes of transportation as well (like flying), or even a general vaccination mandate… Otherwise, I'm ready to go cruising 🙂

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  22. Looking forward to sailing this year. It has been 10 years since I cruised in Carnival. This time Royal Carribean by September hopefully 🙏🏼

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  23. Anyone else expecting COVID to over come the vaccines and our normal antibodies because not enough people were protecting allowing it to adapt and start this crap all over again?
    In previous pandemics that’s exactly what happened, normally the second and third goes are much worse.
    The historical examples are very concerning, I hope that doesn’t happen but I think it will.

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  24. First voyage COVID outbreak……pencil it in

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  25. So all vaccinated! Drop the masks and I am ready!!!!

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  26. Work out those steps and let us sail again! Yay!

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  27. Ready to cruise let’s go!

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  28. There aren't enough ships on earth to accommodate the demand once it reopens.

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  29. Buy your CCL STOCK

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  30. Did I miss the guidelines besides the vaccine? What else goes along with it? 🤔

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  31. Seeing Capt. Stubing would be a pleasure again.

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  32. Vaccines were the only solution otherwise these would be floating death traps in the highly infected US market

    Note that Royal bragged about its lovely protocols, but when covid exploded in India, it sacked Indian employees….I guess those bullet proof protocols, aren't so bullet proof

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  33. SO GLAD the CDC finally got out of the way! I'll be on the first boat out!

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  34. The world's largest cruise market is useless if no one can shop there
    Federal Stimulus
    The cruise lines never asked for any

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  35. Hope there's no more outbreaks once they do start sailing again.

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