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Thread: What's the protocol for Covid positive cruisers?

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    I believe that many cruise lines are mandating purchase of insurance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    I believe that many cruise lines are mandating purchase of insurance.
    That makes sense.

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    I read on a cruise forum that Celebrity is paying medivac expenses for passengers through October 31. Two more passengers tested positive on Equinox and were sent home in Curacao. All of the passengers have been wearing tracelets. One lady reported that she was alerted that she was unknowingly in contact with one of the positive passengers. She's been confined to her cabin for 2 days. She received a covid test both days and has just been cleared to leave her cabin. Unfortunately, she missed going ashore in Bonaire. Now they have 4 sea days coming up. That would have been very disappointing to me. Four bartenders are in quarantine for 4 days. The cruise agency that we like to book through is having their annual Labor Day special on Monday. I'd like to go ahead and book for next year but Tom is saying no way! I really want to sail again but it may be years before it happens.

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    we are booked Panama Canal for early February.
    we normally do not book balcony cabins, but booked balcony for this one because if we are quarantined we'd like to at least be able to open the door to the balcony and get some air.
    i really feel badly for ship staff who are in inside cramped quarters.



    Quote Originally Posted by hatteras View Post
    I read on a cruise forum that Celebrity is paying medivac expenses for passengers through October 31. Two more passengers tested positive on Equinox and were sent home in Curacao. All of the passengers have been wearing tracelets. One lady reported that she was alerted that she was unknowingly in contact with one of the positive passengers. She's been confined to her cabin for 2 days. She received a covid test both days and has just been cleared to leave her cabin. Unfortunately, she missed going ashore in Bonaire. Now they have 4 sea days coming up. That would have been very disappointing to me. Four bartenders are in quarantine for 4 days. The cruise agency that we like to book through is having their annual Labor Day special on Monday. I'd like to go ahead and book for next year but Tom is saying no way! I really want to sail again but it may be years before it happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    we are booked Panama Canal for early February.
    we normally do not book balcony cabins, but booked balcony for this one because if we are quarantined we'd like to at least be able to open the door to the balcony and get some air.
    i really feel badly for ship staff who are in inside cramped quarters.
    Yes. Definitely stay in a balcony cabin! We had planned on doing a Panama Canal trip last year but never got it booked. I'll live vicariously through you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    we are booked Panama Canal for early February.
    we normally do not book balcony cabins, but booked balcony for this one because if we are quarantined we'd like to at least be able to open the door to the balcony and get some air.
    i really feel badly for ship staff who are in inside cramped quarters.
    We are booked for Panama in December 24-Jan. 10-Ft. Lauderdale to LA. The ship was fully book but now it is not.






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