Picking up on tweets from folks quarantined on board. Yes they're confined to their cabins. Crew in Hazmat suits bringing them food. Can you imagine an inside cabin? What of folks who run out of their meds? You know there's diabetics etc on board. Not one part of this is "good".

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Stocked..restocked...rererererererere stocked??? If that was what I had, that's what I'd drink...including some stuff I don't have a taste for...but necessity is the mother of invention eh? wonder if they get free laundry?? what happens if a couple of folks decide to "share"? or at least go visiting?they locked in? this ought to be a great story when it can finally be told..preferably by some veteran cruisers....or just veterans with bad attitudes hehehehe

Could make an interesting made for TV miniseries. I wonder if they accumulate loyalty points for every night they're on-board.

Thread took a bit of a turn into the absurd. didn't mean to make light of a bad situation, which is getting worse instead of better. According to BLOOMBERG, 41 more cases have been found onboard. Total 61. All are in Japanese hospitals. The Chinese BTW, require citizens in affected areas to "report" their temperatures daily. That's skeighty eight MILLION peeps?????

There is now a North American ship whose passengers are being screened


I would demand Double...

It killed a healthy 40 eye doctor...

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