Travel restrictions to NL
I am holding my flight purchase until last minute due to that.
Jun 5th, 2021 11:34 am
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Visitors with their first shot are able to travel to NL in Step 1 (July 1st) and must present a negative test result within 72 hours of their departure date or self isolate upon arrival until they receive a negative test result.PointsHubby wrote: ↑ Saw NFLD Tourism on the news the other night
They along with some of the other Eastern Provinces want to form a coalition where they’ll welcome back travellers & tourists who are FULLY VACCINATED (as in 2 jabs)
It’s the newest version of the Atlantic Bubble
Controversial... cuz Atlantic Canada is outright saying ... beyond the Cruise Industry
That they want PROOF OF VACCINATION
Not vaccinated = not welcome!
Jun 7th, 2021 10:06 pm
Jun 7th, 2021 11:29 pm
Just read thatArrgh wrote: ↑ We like to drive to the east coast later this summer, after my traveling group get fully vaccinated (and 14 days after 2nd jab). I actually welcome the idea that "not vaccinated = not welcome".
It's just like going on a cruise. I'd go on NCL cruises as they require 100% full vaccination. RCL just blinked to Florida governor's foolishness to ban asking for vaccination certificate. It means I won't cruise on RCL.
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Jun 8th, 2021 6:01 pm
Very good chance for full vaccination by end of July or at least early Aug. Several friends had 2nd shot initially scheduled for end of July, just got theirs. ON is saying people 70+ can get 2nd short now. Others are getting notifications for earlier shots. With the number of vaccines coming to Canada, it's looking good. Also heard ON may consider opening up vaccination to any adults soon.
Jun 8th, 2021 6:50 pm
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Depends on your Provincial Roll Out
Jun 8th, 2021 9:22 pm
Jun 9th, 2021 12:04 am
HEROES...Arrgh wrote: ↑ A doctor friend has been a lead doctor at various vaccination sites. They work so hard trying to give shots to people. Often they go much later than the scheduled time, especially at popup sites (others do the notifications, they do the front line work) so they can finish all the vaccines and not let any go to waste.
Recently they were at a pop up site near us. After work she came over in the evening and I found out she hasn't eaten lunch yet. My wife quickly prepared something for her to eat. That's what our front line health providers have been doing. Yet I know people who are anti-vaccine, or feel it's not a serious virus so there's no hurry to get vaccinated.