The travel industry is taking a beating over CoVID-19. First it was the airlines who were/was the bad guy, for spreading it around the globe. Now it's the cruise ship industry, for being floating petri dishes for growing new cases and becoming virus hot spots all on their own.
Frankly, I'm a bit surprised. With all the norovirus activity on cruise ships over the past decade, I would have thought they'd have had a better handle on how to deal with highly contagious viruses, specifically. You know: building with easily cleanable surfaces, having highly filtered ventilation systems; that sort of thing. But no, apparently they just sailed along, blythely, throwing infected passengers off ships and trying not to have to give refunds. Until now.
Once again, yet another example of how most people refuse to prepare, even when they've been given mild warnings that something might happen.
Until it's too late ...
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