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.
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.