Keep in mind that when you get a positive result, they'll do a retest on that sample to confirm it. The chances of getting a false positive twice are very low.I would think that most of them would be adults. The kids would have needed a negative test just before so they are most likely to stay negative? 4% seems like a lot of people even if that takes into account the whole party. I am really worried about false negatives on our upcoming cruse in May...assuming procedures stay the same.
There is, unfortunately, a stigma attached to having Covid that influences people to keep that to themselves.I suspect that’s why no one is online talking about being turned away at the port.I was thinking about the port testing last night. I wonder if the numbers testing positive are going to go up with the Omicron variant in play (more contagious and possibly milder/no symptoms). I also am a little surprised that places like here and the other one that starts with F don't have more people talking about being turned away at the port for positive tests. Is it possible that Disney is asking people not to publicize when they have a positive test because they don't want to scare people off from booking?
This is what I am most anxious about....We were scheduled for the Thanksgiving dream cruise and my wife tested positive. We were convinced it was a false positive since she is vaccinated and had no symptoms at the time. Two days later, even though symptoms were relatively mild, we were glad we weren’t on a cruise. It’s all for the best, but it’s a disheartening experience for sure.