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    #16
    I think we are all pinning our hopes on the vaccination, and I can't wait to feel the deck of a ship under me again while leaning on the prom deck rail having a pleasant chat with a complete but like minded stranger, although not if I have to wear an unsociable mask, if we cannot do it properly we might as well stay at home
    Last edited by PropShaft, Palatine of Lancashire; 29th December 2020, 05:35 PM.

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      #17
      Originally posted by PropShaft, Palatine of Lancashire View Post
      I think we are all pinning our hopes on the vaccination, and I can't wait to feel the deck of a ship under me again while leaning on the prom deck rail having a pleasant chat with a complete but like minded stranger, although not if I have to wear an unsociable mask, if we cannot do it properly we might as well stay at home
      I'm not pining my hope on anything other than the F.O. lifting their restrictions and a jolly good safety protocol onboard, which we will follow to the letter.

      A jab will be the icing on the cake.

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        #18
        Yes, Mrs M, it will be the icing, and I'm hoping the jab and the resultant 95% immunity will make much of the safety protocol unnecessary, leaving us free to socialise as is normal

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          #19
          Originally posted by PropShaft, Palatine of Lancashire View Post
          Yes, Mrs M, it will be the icing, and I'm hoping the jab and the resultant 95% immunity will make much of the safety protocol unnecessary, leaving us free to socialise as is normal
          I have a gut feeling that even the jab, won't preclude other protocols next year.

          We don't even know if a jab will be a prerequisite. Ignoring the antis, there will be many passengers who can't have it. Will they be denied boarding? No idea. There's already a cohort who have been denied. Covid testing, scrupulous sanitising and all the rest, will do for us and hopefully, we'll be jabbed as well.

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            #20
            Originally posted by PropShaft, Palatine of Lancashire View Post
            Yes, Mrs M, it will be the icing, and I'm hoping the jab and the resultant 95% immunity will make much of the safety protocol unnecessary, leaving us free to socialise as is normal
            Most people won't be getting the 95% versions they will get the 62% version


            They have leaked there is new data ready to be published soon which might have sorted out the low efficacy and missing data sets for the over55s

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