Things seem pretty much back to normal onboard, except for the signs to wear masks which very few people did. Nice ship and the food at Guy's burgers and Pig and Anchor was really good. Dining room is fine but nothing incredible. The anytime dining process works really well on the app. We got different tables/servers every time which was fine, except if you're old school and like to bond with your servers for the full week. The shows / entertainment were average and not really worth the time.
Biggest complaint was the tender process in Cabo. There was literally a line from one end of the ship to the other on Deck 1 to get off and things got a bit chaotic with people cutting into the line. Not sure if that's the norm - it seemed like they were having issues of some kind that morning, so maybe it's usually better.
By Day 5 you could hear coughing, sniffling, and sneezing around the ship, especially at the Lido buffet. Rude people don't care and go out and spread their germs. Even with trying to avoid crowds, 2 of our 5 got sick on debarkation day and tested positive for Covid. So unfortunately I think it's going to be the norm for a while that Covid is a real risk when going on a cruise.