Cruise ship overwhelmed after more than a hundred test positive for COVID-19

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starry_solo

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That's why we booked (last year) a verandah. So in case we had to isolate, we could still have a balcony... this was before we knew DCL moved people down to Deck 2. :P
 

FunnyLady1966

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Annnnnd this is why I won't be doing any cruises till we're past all of this...and maybe never. The thought of being stuck at sea with a lot of sickness onboard scares me. Not my idea of a vacation. Heck, being sick at a resort stinks but at the very least you can leave. No thanks:scared:
 

mousefan73

Germans are faster at dubbing
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Is Carnival screening randomly? I thought that some people started getting sick, sought out medical and then maybe did some contract tracing or at least simple contact tracing and testing.
I refer to screening also when part of contract tracing. I believe nobody screens anymore. Even Hawaii that is over. First sailings they tested everyone before reaching HNL on the Hawaii sailing no testing/ screening once on board
 
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