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Thread: Angelo's Newsletter June 8, 2020. Interesting Reading.

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    Angelo's Newsletter June 8, 2020. Interesting Reading.

    ​In a world where you can be anything, be kind!
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    Its a must read for sure with some valuable info as always. Some of the considerations to enter Aruba could be burdensome if passed....like having taken a test for the virus. I hope they figure it out so the island can flourish.

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    Very sobering. Quite the reality check to all that I've taken for granted all these years. I'm with Jay.... I want the island to flourish.
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    Gotta get my hands on the new (limited edition) Magic Mango Balashi beer! Sounds like something I'd love.


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    This is the first thing I have read that has made me question our November trip. We will wait to see what protocols are actually put in place. Like any newsletter or blog, I am interested in the source of this speculative information and also question the decision of the author publish this information before actions are announced. These types of statements will take on a life of their own in the telephone game that is now known as social media.
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    The fact I can't recall the author being wrong on any previous announcements makes me worry he has inside info that probably was not suppose to be out yet. The speculation is enough to have some visitors change plans and schedule elsewhere based on the unknowns mentioned. Its about the last thing the island needs.

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    This is the first thing I have read that has made me question our November trip. We will wait to see what protocols are actually put in place. Like any newsletter or blog, I am interested in the source of this speculative information and also question the decision of the author publish this information before actions are announced. These types of statements will take on a life of their own in the telephone game that is now known as social media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aruba4ever View Post
    The fact I can't recall the author being wrong on any previous announcements makes me worry he has inside info that probably was not suppose to be out yet. The speculation is enough to have some visitors change plans and schedule elsewhere based on the unknowns mentioned. Its about the last thing the island needs.
    You are correct. I knew of most of this information from various sources but was told for my eyes only. So perhaps a little premature to announce when a lot of protocols are still "maybes" with no definitive answers.
    ~Amy~® -- South Beach: Jan. 2020 -- New Orleans: Feb. 2020 -- Playa del Carmen: March 2020 -- San Juan Islands: Sept. 2020 -- 40th trip to Aruba: Nov. 2020


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    Exactly Amy & Jay, from what i am reading there, i am ready to cancel. And in talking to some others, they are too. I think I will wait for Amy’s sources.

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    I think there are a lot of leaks around...and where there is smoke there is usually fire. There are loose lips high up the food chain if my one source the other day was accurate. He got it from another soooo I wont post the source for sure.
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    Good article. I had read it before coming on here. Like everything with this virus, it is wait and see. Aruba seems to be doing what they deem is necessary to keep people healthy and the economy healthy. I just hope it works.

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