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Meh ... you will find the same if not worse at your neighbourhood restaurant ... or what about that all inclusive resort ... same bucket different slop is all. If anything I think the cruise industry is a bit higher up the scale than most because of the scrutiny they get. Sure some cut corners and try to hide things. Welcome to real life. Yes there can be issues at sea but no more than on shore and possibly less.

What's interesting to note was that it occurs across all lines/classes of ships. Carnival is not the only one having issues.

Same thing as in any Hotel or restaurant at home or anywhere you go. If you think that is bad watch YouTube "Another Dirty Room" by Dan Bell. I now check out any hotel room or ship cabin before I unpack and I check the bed before I sleep in it I pull bedding off and look...... then I take Lysol wipes and wipe down all surfaces I'll touch.



As the other have said, this can be anywhere. The plus side is that the cruise ships are inspected often and without notification. You can read the results of theses inspection here: https://wwwn.cdc.gov/inspectionquerytool/InspectionGreenSheetRpt.aspx

If they do not pass they must be reinspected within 30 days and have all the problems fixed.


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