It looks like the DR will not reopen to tourism on 1 July

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CristoRey

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Why are you here? Find a sandbox to play in.
Don't worry.
No one's betting against ya.
I'll ask again.
Who are these people you
claim are refusing to wear
mask? I'm starting to think
ya just making shit up. Not
making shit up are ya?
 
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karmatourer

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Don't worry.
No one's betting against ya.
I'll ask again.
Who are these people you
claim are refusing to wear
mask? I'm starting to think
ya just making shit up. Not
making shit up are ya?
How much of a simpleton can you be? Tired of playing your game. Again,find a sandbox.It gets boring when all you do is lie. Find another way.
 
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karmatourer

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Of course it's going to hit Florida hard. The majority of the population is over 90 and lives in extended health care. If you haven't been paying attention over 80% of the deaths are seniors living in extended health care facilities.

You really need to get out of self isolation and research this stuff. It's readily available. Even in large print with pictures.
Stop your constant lying and bullshit. "
More than 7,000 kids have tested positive for coronavirus in Florida. 12 have MIS-C


 
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melphis

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Yet another moronic statement. The positive test rate in my county is 20%,across the state in Dade county, the positive test rate is ONLY 17% It needs to be 10% or less for us to be close to having a handle on this.
So you joined this forum to just hurl insults at people that actually have knowledge on these topics. Talk about a millennial loser.
 
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scot_tosh

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And enjoy the "lovely" food in Cuba. Pack lots of stomach medicine (I used to live with a Cuban and went there tooooo many times. Food is dreadful).
I've been a few times to Cuba and never got bad guts, some places have not to great food. But i'm going to be in 5 star hotels and I know a few good places in Havana for great food, I would recommend Dona Eutimia in Havana Old Town excellent food and the frozen mojitos are fantastic, but you need to book because it's very popular. A lot of the Government run establishment can have mediocre food but I would not call it dreadful, breakfast in famous Hotel National de Cuba has decent breakfast but the al a carte restaurant for dinner was not good. I got bad guts in Republica Dominica a lot i'm afraid, but won't stop me coming back.I have been coming back every winter since 2009, but not this year. There are a lot more International 5 star hotel chains now in Cuba, so it has changed a lot, don't know when you was last there.
 
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scot_tosh

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I was thinking Jamaica,
I hear Kingston is really
nice this time of year.
Not at this time of year, Kingston is alright in the winter months but I prefer Montego Bay or Negril, but thanks for the suggestion, I've chose Cuba this winter
 

scot_tosh

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I was thinking Jamaica,
I hear Kingston is really
nice this time of year.
I lived in Santo Domingo for three years and two years in Tegucigalpa, been to Kingston a couple of times it doesn't phase me any more than the others
 

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I've been a few times to Cuba and never got bad guts, some places have not to great food. But i'm going to be in 5 star hotels and I know a few good places in Havana for great food, I would recommend Dona Eutimia in Havana Old Town excellent food and the frozen mojitos are fantastic, but you need to book because it's very popular. A lot of the Government run establishment can have mediocre food but I would not call it dreadful, breakfast in famous Hotel National de Cuba has decent breakfast but the al a carte restaurant for dinner was not good. I got bad guts in Republica Dominica a lot i'm afraid, but won't stop me coming back.I have been coming back every winter since 2009, but not this year. There are a lot more International 5 star hotel chains now in Cuba, so it has changed a lot, don't know when you was last there.
This is a Dominican forum. We don't sell red stars that you clip on your hat when in a country of communists.Hope this post gets deleted scot ask
 

windeguy

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Darn Christo boy,
Cock fights are still closed
And you still can't wear your speedo and holster on the beach to prove your virility

At lest there are no restrictions for the passenger, who are not arriving on non- existent flights.....
Looks like the DR has it under control!



This is what is in effect as of 1 July 2020:

There will be temperature checking at the airport. Nevertheless, there are no restrictions for arriving passengers. That is, no PCR or testing certificates are required. There will be no quarantine for arriving passengers, with the exception of those that test positive for fever upon arrival.

The curfew is lifted. Mobility is authorized at all times.

Restaurants are authorized to serve patrons until 10pm, afterwards by takeout or delivery. They are under new protocols.
Discos, casinos, cockfighting, movie houses and theaters are still closed.




"International travel does not begin until JULY 5/20.
I would suggest you check the DR airports on the 5th to see if any planes are in fact landing. All airlines that fly here have shown regularly scheduled flight through the pandemic but are cancelled daily.

Hope this help"
With flights arriving starting yesterday, and just a personally filled out "Health Affidavit" as passengers reported added to the list of paperwork, I guess the July 5 date was incorrect?
 

windeguy

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You are testament to this,

So is the rise of CV19 cases in the US.
All of which is less than reassuring for international travel.
At lest money will be made and people will be"free".

If sick, they'll still bravely run to the hospitals and expect help.
The rise in cases is because there was social distancing that was relaxed. Inevitable with such a contagious virus. I finally know of someone that has it in the DR who is not a local but lives here and not American. Must be Trump's fault. .
 
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lifeisgreat

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The rise in cases is because there was social distancing that was relaxed. Inevitable with such a contagious virus. I finally know of someone that has it in the DR who is not a local but lives here and not American. Must be Trump's fault. .
I new you would finally understand... :) ;)
 

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Both your parents are dead ?

Your disdain is weird to say the least.... Also, some people may have conditions despite taking care of themselves. How about pregnant women for example?

I am all for getting back to our lives, but I am willing to make changes and compromises for those who don't have that luxury. There has to be a middle groung without calling others "weak". Revenge shouldn't not be the end game.
he obviously didn't get the memo, or has diminished comprehension skills. people like this are best left to their own rants; they will eventually bore of talking to themselves.
 
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