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1 hour ago, Rose City Cruiser said:

Will Royal accept mixing of vaccines (AZ+Pfizer, Pfizer+Moderna) as being fully vaccinated?

This is what I have heard from those who have mixed and matched...After your second dose, let's say you got AZ first and Moderna second, your second paper and pdf (email) will say Moderna - 2 valid doses.  It won't show that AZ was your first dose.  I supposed if they looked into the COVAX system (here in Ontario, don't know what they are using in other provinces) they could find out, but your second copy definitely does not show the mixing.

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Here also we only get PDF document with name , passport number, dates of shots and vaccine batch numbers. It's working well for countries which request prove of vaccination (Mostly in Europe) but could not test it entering US as the US not require it but just PCR testing (which only checked during the check in and not in the immigration). 

As I sea it , currently RCL is asking for prove of vaccination which issued  by you government. In that case , since this is what the government issuing it should be enough. Hopefully will be able to confirm it at beginning of September during our next cruise. 

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On 6/24/2021 at 11:52 AM, Royal Blue said:

Bonus of going to pharmacy is getting a real printed label. Put them in the passport, extras I will stick on a flat credit card plastic and then laminate. Honor system was never going to work. Next buzzword will be "booster" shots. The un vaxxed will keep this bug alive and mutating for many years.

Here in the states, it has been stated not to laminate our vax cards incase a booster is needed and has to be recorded on the card

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FAQ from June 28 here:

https://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Royal/Deployment/2021_2022/RTS_FAQs.pdf

4. What vaccines are accepted? Vaccines that are fully approved or authorized for emergency use by a national regulatory authority (such as the U.S. FDA), or global health organization (such as the World Health Organization) are accepted. Please be aware that certain countries we sail from or visit during a voyage may require a specific vaccine, and only those travelers vaccinated with the requisite vaccine will be considered fully vaccinated. Be sure to review your departure country's requirements or consult our guest materials prior to sailing for these requirements

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1 hour ago, ConstantCruiser said:

FAQ from June 28 here:

https://creative.rccl.com/Sales/Royal/Deployment/2021_2022/RTS_FAQs.pdf

4. What vaccines are accepted? Vaccines that are fully approved or authorized for emergency use by a national regulatory authority (such as the U.S. FDA), or global health organization (such as the World Health Organization) are accepted. Please be aware that certain countries we sail from or visit during a voyage may require a specific vaccine, and only those travelers vaccinated with the requisite vaccine will be considered fully vaccinated. Be sure to review your departure country's requirements or consult our guest materials prior to sailing for these requirements

The problem is with - "original vaccination record" as many countries just have a pdf file  or a printout , this is the official one .

wonder how they are going to handle it ? , Maybe they will have a book with example from all around the world ?  (like some state police have a book with examples of all international driving license). 

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11 minutes ago, Traveler said:

The problem is with - "original vaccination record" as many countries just have a pdf file  or a printout , this is the official one .

wonder how they are going to handle it ? , Maybe they will have a book with example from all around the world ?  (like some state police have a book with examples of all international driving license). 

Initially I expect there will be some questions and prolonged check in experiences while it gets sorted out for anyone who doesn't have what the majority are using in that region.

Over time there will be patterns that will support different documentation standards around the globe.  What the typically cruiser is using in the UK versus what a typical cruiser uses in the US versus a cruiser boarding in Cypress for example.  

Cruising during the restart is going to have some speed bumps along the way.

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3 hours ago, Traveler said:

The problem is with - "original vaccination record" as many countries just have a pdf file  or a printout , this is the official one .

wonder how they are going to handle it ? , Maybe they will have a book with example from all around the world ?  (like some state police have a book with examples of all international driving license). 

I expect that there will be a couple of standard certificates/QR codes/napkins/whatever developed that can be used universally. 

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16 hours ago, Squapat said:

If you reside in Ontario Canada, your Provincial Health insurance does cover you when you are travelling outside the country, but only to the limit of what it would have cost if you were in Ontario.

OHIP Out-of-Country coverage is very limited.  Out-of-Country inpatient services up to $400 per day and outpatient services up to $50 per day.  

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On 6/30/2021 at 10:19 AM, Rose City Cruiser said:

OHIP Out-of-Country coverage is very limited.  Out-of-Country inpatient services up to $400 per day and outpatient services up to $50 per day.  

Not any more. Ford killed that before the pandemic.

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