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Thread: Pre-arrival Covid testing ending in Jamaica Apr.15th

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    Re: Pre-arrival Covid testing ending in Jamaica Apr.15th

    Extremely well stated.

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    halleluah! so happy. flying Jet BLUE!!! i checked their website and its a go!! SOON COME!!

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    Re: Pre-arrival Covid testing ending in Jamaica Apr.15th

    Rob, does the lifted mask mandate apply to the airports as well?

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    Re: Pre-arrival Covid testing ending in Jamaica Apr.15th

    Quote Originally Posted by BethAnn38 View Post
    Rob, does the lifted mask mandate apply to the airports as well?
    Not sure, good question. I will check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BethAnn38 View Post
    Rob, does the lifted mask mandate apply to the airports as well?
    Yes, the removal of the mandate includes the airport, but as the PM has suggested, "voluntary" mask wearing is strongly recommended.
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    Itís amazing to me that some individuals arenít embracing these changes. Like time to move on peeps, the people have suffered enough. I honestly believe that some people want this thing to last forever and only God knows why. Completely baffling.
    Last edited by BethAnn38; 04-15-2022 at 03:11 PM.

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    I honestly believe that some people want this thing to last forever and only God knows why.
    Although eliminating mask mandates and ending testing requirements does make it easier for us to come and go, it still does not end the virus. It probably WILL last forever.
    If you wish to not wear a mask, fine, then don't. I don't like it either, and don't wear one when it is not required, but many people are at a higher risk, and still feel safer wearing them, along with keeping social distancing protocols. It's a personal choice, not baffling, nobody wants it to continue forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phineasfreakears View Post
    Although eliminating mask mandates and ending testing requirements does make it easier for us to come and go, it still does not end the virus. It probably WILL last forever.
    If you wish to not wear a mask, fine, then don't. I don't like it either, and don't wear one when it is not required, but many people are at a higher risk, and still feel safer wearing them, along with keeping social distancing protocols. It's a personal choice, not baffling, nobody wants it to continue forever.
    Right. You have your opinion and I have mine.

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    Re: Pre-arrival Covid testing ending in Jamaica Apr.15th

    Quote Originally Posted by BethAnn38 View Post
    Itís amazing to me that some individuals arenít embracing these changes. Like time to move on peeps, the people have suffered enough. I honestly believe that some people want this thing to last forever and only God knows why. Completely baffling.
    Really BA
    Suffer for wearing a mask!
    Not everyone is lucky enough to be in good health.
    It is very selfish to not think of people that are not as healthy as some people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikescott View Post
    Really BA
    Suffer for wearing a mask!
    Not everyone is lucky enough to be in good health.
    It is very selfish to not think of people that are not as healthy as some people!
    I meant the people of Jamaica

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