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Comments for Royal Caribbean Brings Cruises Back! Is Disney Next?

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7 Comments

  1. Emily

    I can’t wait! However you failed to mention however that the cruises are sailing purely out of the Bahamas in order to bypass any restrictions but on it by the CDC.

  2. Kenneth

    Too soon. We need to wait for the infection rates to drop more and for more vaccinations.

  3. Cyamickey

    I wouldnt get a vaccine just to cruise. They havent even been tested enough to prove their efficacy…you may as well have pixie dust injected. Also, for the past year people have been traveling in planes and we’ve heard very litlle of any about outbreaks. This is just another way for the government to make do things and comply without making it seem like they’re making us. 99.6% average survival rate……

  4. Cathy

    No I wouldn’t and I have 10 Disney cruises booked. When and if I get a vaccine will be my decision not based on something I can or can not do. Also bottom line is even if you have the vaccine you can still get covid and still pass it on so I think testing before departure would also be required and I actually think I would feel safer with that . If Disney cruises in July or August and requires a vaccine I will get my money back for the 5 I have booked during that period and do something that doesn’t have any requirements. Since I live in Florida that shouldn’t be hard to do. Just my opinion.

  5. Krystal Lutz

    No, because the Covid vaccine is there same as the flu vaccine. It’s not meant to stop you from getting it, it’s just meant to lessen the severity if you do.

  6. Krystal

    No, because the Covid vaccine is there same as the flu vaccine. It’s not meant to stop you from getting it, it’s just meant to lessen the severity if you do.

  7. Heather

    No, not even if I was offered a million bucks. It should always be a choice!!!

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