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Are you really surprised by this? I think not. I haven't followed all cruise lines as closely as I have Carnival, because that's where I have booked sailings. Anyway, the last announcement from Carnival was that the current protocols were in place through the end of February 2022. I wish the CDC would stop extending the "guidelines" but I have no hope that they will relinquish the power. But I don't think that is going to happen.
P.S. I knew about the November 1st date, it's been in place since the last extention. Besides it was two days after I set sail and had to abide by it. My next sail date is: February 26th, two days before Carnival's end of the current set of protoclos.
Not really...but you know that CCL can relax their own guidelines ASA the CDC would let them. I suppose there's a point to be made about keeping them as strict as they are way beyond whatever the CDC allows...Haven't heard of any covid cases on cruises lately. Either the news is suppressed somehow (which I doubt) or there haven't been any. And that's a good thing....btw, my next is on CCL as you know, 11/27...the one after THAT is CCL, same ship, same cabin, 2/26...Great minds again eh??? I think it was cruise withdrawal that caused it. BUT...if the one 11/27 truly sux, after all we went thru to comply, well...
AND CQ, Lord knows YOU deserve about a month off I figure....but why do you want these regs extended so YOU can cruise? what am I missing?