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This may backfire on them, especially if they have another outbreak.

July is going to be interesting! Time will show us what really happens. I am happy to be on the sidelines for this one!Big Smile

I agree.

Gee...... I hope this news won't prejudice the CDC's inspectors when they're "grading" RCL's upcoming test cruises.

Nah, that would be too political, they would never do that.

These sands shift on a daily basis. Lots of moving parts. Just hoping the CSO expires on 1 Nov so these nuances can start to abate.

Here's another interesting article by my favorite maritime lawyer.

https://www.cruiselawnews.com/

This is something we may need to consider here in this "brave new world". I realize the odds of this happening are just as long as winning the jackpot on a ship's casino, but it's not impossible.

Personally I'm going to check and see if the Travel Insurance company we use offers a rider to cover this. If they do, and it's not a ridiculous price, I'll probably buy it.

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