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  1. Go to ontario.ca and download your receipts from there. You will need info from your OHIP card. I know others from Ontario who have used them for cruising. I've also heard that the ones you download and print from the ontario.ca site are watermarked and therefore, probably more acceptable than just your original copy you received when you had you got the shots.
  2. I did the same thing.. emailed CDC explaining we'd had a shot of Pfizer at the end March and then Moderna at the beginning of June. I received a reply back from them telling me the same thing as what they told you..... we were considered fully vaccinated. I keep checking RCI website to see if they've added that they will accept mixed mrna vaccines, but no change as yet! I'm happy NCL are accepting the mixed mrna shots and as loyal as we have been to Royal over the years, I have no problem sailing on another line who accept the mixed vaccines. Enjoy your fall cruise!
  3. Yes I knew that but since it was CNN, it was the U.S. they were referring to. I should have specified that but my point was more about the fact that there were currently ongoing trials regarding mixed vaccines and the results should be known in a few weeks. If they found mixing to be safe, this might be beneficial to a lot of us in Canada who have mixed vaccines.
  4. I was flipping through the channels earlier this morning and CNN were talking about Moderna approval being finalized for children (just like Pfizer is now). They also said that tests were ongoing for mixing and matching vaccines and results should be available in a few weeks. I would imagine they mean Pfizer/Moderna mixes since the U.S. has not approved Astra .. yet. 🙄
  5. Good to know.. thanks for posting. 🙂 We are also mixed Pfizer/Moderna and I'd rather not get a third shot just for the sake of cruising.
  6. Glad it all worked out for you. I'd spoil my cruise worrying whether we'd get the results back in time for our flight home. 😬
  7. Have a fantastic cruise. It sure does sound like everything is under control and that makes a huge difference to your vacation enjoyment. Thanks for the update!
  8. Have a fantastic cruise! Hope it all goes well for you.
  9. Add us to the "stay in Canada this year" group! As much as I'd love to cruise right now, there's just way too many hoops to jump through to enjoy a stress-free vacation. We're booked on Odyssey B2B in October 2022 (Holy Land/Greece & Transatlantic from Rome to Fort Lauderdale) so hopefully we'll be on her when she sails. Depending on the covid situation, we may plan something for spring or summer 2022 but all these tests to fly and sail really put me off travelling. Hopefully things will be more "normal" in 2022. For those of you who are travelling or sailing soon, have a great time!
  10. We are also from Ontario and have received mixed mrna vaccines (first Pfizer in April and then Moderna in June). I actually emailed the CDC asking them what we should be doing in order to be considered fully vaccinated and able to cruise. I received a reply back and here is what they say regarding the interval between mixed doses: (no mention of a maximum time) In exceptional situations in which the vaccine product given for the first dose cannot be determined or is no longer available, any available mRNA COVID-19 vaccine may be administered at a minimum interval of 28 days between doses to complete the mRNA COVID-19 vaccination series.
  11. Thanks so much for the update! Hope you and your family have a fantastic cruise.
  12. Not sure if CC will allow a link but if you Google "Moderna doses expiring in Ontario" you'll come up with a few hits.
  13. Thanks for posting the screenshot... it's not showing up for me on RCI's site. The last date I see for that 4 night Western is April 12th. So strange.
  14. I just cancelled an Air2Sea flight from Copenhagen to Toronto scheduled for May 24 and it was booked and shows as "refundable with fee". From what I understand, normally, there's a $200 fee per ticket (I believe that's the amount) if you cancel. Due to the Covid19 situation, the $200 fee was waived for each of us and we were refunded the whole amount back to our credit cards. It only took a week to get it back but we're still waiting for our cruise refund. I believe we also paid $15 each when we booked the air about a year ago. Our flights were booked on American Airlines who were using British Airways.
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