How is life for an unvaccinated family on Roatan?

Dear community,

I know it’s not a nice topic to have, but I’m still hoping for some insights.

I’m a father of 2 children who decided against covid-vaccination due to religious reasons. Unfortunately, because of that, life in my home country (Germany) is getting very tough, in particular for the children, to the point that I have decided we have to leave the country.

Due to my employer, I have three to four options where to go, and of of them would be Próspera on Roatan. I wouldn’t want to be limited to Próspera though, but engage with one or two more communities on the island. The main thing I am wondering about this though: How are people like us, who have decided against the vaccine, seen in the eyes of Roatan people? Is this a decision that is accepted, and could have a more or less normal life? Or would we need to be expected to be excluded from certain activities or places?

And how would you expect this to be in 1-2 years? (I know you have presidential elections coming up, but I’d be glad for any feedback).

Hope to hear back from you. Thank you very much for listening to me so far.

Kind regards
Bernd

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Sooner or later vaccination cards will be a requirement everywhere. So far, it’s not mandatory in Honduras but I think it will be. This may occur probably in a year or so but I’m not 100% sure.

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We traveled to Roatan last week and we had to show we were vaccinated on several occasions, both to USA and Honduran government and airline authorities. I would not be your friend if I knew you were not vaccinated (sorry, immunosuppressed). Masks are wore everywhere and enforced.

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Thank you both very much for your openness, your replies really help me. I understand this stance, and I don’t want to go somewhere where people feel uncomfortable with me and my family nearby. So as much as I’d love to move to Roatan, it seems not to be the place for us right now. Maybe some time in the future. All the best to you :slight_smile:

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This nonsense will end shortly as it is illegal to Mandate (not a law) people to get the death jab. I will not take the jab. And neither should your family. The bigger agenda here is to depopulate the world. Roatan is still a good place to come to. They don’t force you to take the jab. It is pretty laid back except for the face diapers you have to wear to enter the stores. ( I take them off once in the stores) I moved to Roatan to escape Communist Canada. It is crazy there. I would love to show you around if you decide to come here. I think you would like it. And don’t listen to the sheep. They have listened to fake news for far too long. I have done my homework regarding what is really going on! I hope this helps. Bev

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That was a very RUDE response. Maybe you should go where you would enjoy being around people who have taken the jab.

simply untrue! I live in Roatan. I never have to show anything to anyone. I refuse the death jab. I am not influenced by fake news or the bigger agenda. Masks (or face diapers) are only enforced at the banks. stop the fear mongering. get off your but and shut off the fake news.

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Arriving and leaving the country you are required to show your vaccine paperwork, maybe not BEV, but she never leaves the country. When traveling through Roatan most people use common sense and wear masks. It’s a good way to control the spread of disease.

HaHaHa , I needed a good laugh today.

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Well, that isn’t very nice or friendly :frowning:

I have been fully vaccinated and happy to have done so. If asking questions about the future is not ridiculous enough for you; the mere audacity of thinking you know about Roatan is laughable. Prospera as one example.

Since I have lived here over ten years I feel I have quite a good pulse on the conditions of living here and how many USA/Canada visitors come here to try to make it like where you live back home. It aint the same. Never will be.

However, if you enjoy drinking the koolaid of misinformation perhaps you should continue to get your information on YouTube and Instagram. This forum is about facts; not fiction.

Sometimes the truth hurts our feelings. Nevertheless, it’s the truth I speak.

LOL you are laughable. Sorry I live in Roatan as well. I think it is you who has drank too much Koolaid. Quick question, name me the ingredients in the death shot. go ahead I will wait. and while you are at it, please provide me with some scientific studies regarding the experimental jab.Oh wait, you are the experimental study but I will wait if you know something that I don’t. I am not even going to tell you what is going to happen to you down the road because of the death jab. remember to get your booster. lol

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i needed a good laugh as well. thanks for supplying it. I laugh pretty hard when I see someone alone in their vehicle driving with the face diaper on or walking outside. It is so laughable it is upsetting. I guess they don’t like to breathe properly. And thank you for assuming things about me.

this agenda was designed to do this to people. those who do the research and realize they do not want to be a human experiment and those who follow their so called leaders… I make no apology for my stance on this. Ever hear of the Nuremburg Code?

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As long as you have a mouth to speak and a mind to waste I don’t mind your nonsense. Enjoy your dementia. Isn’t it pretty inside your pudding head? LOL

Thank you Bev, it’s good to see that as in most places there are some people on Roatán who have not been captured by the media fear mongering and liying. I’ve made transparent their lies for months last year, but stopped doing so because most chose to ignore the evidence. Now I’m trying to find the place where most people haven’t fallen for the constructed narrative yet. There are some, fortunately. Looks like Roatán/Honduras is not one of them. But I would definitely love to pay the island a visit early next year to form my own impression, been doing that in other places like Indonesia, Mexico and US (you don’t need proof of vaccination to enter Honduras, negative test result is enough, it’s another misinformation.) If your offer is still valid, I’d love to reach out to you then.

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My offer is good Nice to hear from someone who isn’t a sheep. Unlike some on this forum. Roatan Is fine. I am not affected at all by the ■■■■■■■■ that is happening around the world. To Visit Roatan you just need to provide a negative covid test which is also ridiculous since it was never ever designed for detecting covid! please contact me at piesporterwhite@hotmail.com. Would love to hear from you. Bev

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I mind your nonsense. Enjoy your few years you have left. I am grateful I have intact DNA. You remind me of the lemmings who fall off the cliff when led by the lead lemming…

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Listen muffin… sorry i have offended you muffin… :poop: You live your life and I will live mine.

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