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  1. Governors are not required to listen to the CDC. Do you have something to show us proving that they do have to listen to the CDC, or is this just your opinion?
  2. The person I responded to was talking about jobs overall, not specifically cruising (unless there's 40 million people in the cruise industry without jobs 😯).
  3. Lol you need to take off that tin foil hat! I'm pretty sure governors and business owners are not required to listen to the CDC.
  4. The CDC does not issue lockdown orders. That is done by local and state officials.
  5. What about ports with little or no hospital facilities (Coco Cay, Labadee)?
  6. What do you do with someone that has a high temperature boarding at a port of call?
  7. They are not including antibody tests as of May 23: https://www.kcur.org/2020-05-24/missouris-covid-19-testing-outlook-declines-after-health-department-removes-antibody-tests-from-tally In light of that, it's somewhat telling that their numbers actually went up after they stopped doing that. I would have expected them to go down. I would guess that their reporting methods haven't changed regarding your other questions, so any trend should be considered fairly accurate. If they have changed their reporting methods, then of course any trend is questionable.
  8. Cases are going up in Missouri: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/missouri-coronavirus-cases.html
  9. What happens when you forget to order a piece of bread? Or some dressing for your salad? Or a cookie? Do you have to then place and wait for another order?
  10. Also there was the TV series, Under the Dome. They never did say what state it was in. Now we know!
  11. You might want to check out those local websites yourself. Regarding Charleston: https://www.postandcourier.com/news/charleston-protests-turn-violent-overnight-after-day-of-peaceful-demonstrations/article_44fb1f36-a1d7-11ea-802f-133d005d113c.html Regarding Greenville: https://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/news/2020/06/01/george-floyd-protest-greenville-sc-ends-tension-tear-gas-arrests/5305987002/ Columbia had vandalism and shootings. You said "Even the big city...largest in the state near me...has seen no violence or looting." Not sure what your definition of violence is. And I liked your statement basically saying, "Except for the place where there was violence, there was no violence." 😁
  12. You might want to take a look at this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_George_Floyd_protests#South_Carolina Charleston: The city issued a curfew after protests resulted in vandalism of public property and statues and some protesters threw rocks at police and citizens. Additionally, several businesses and restaurants had glass windows busted. Two men wearing MAGA hats were assaulted. At one point, police in riot gear used tear gas to stall protesters. Protesters halted traffic on Interstate-26. Columbia: On May 30, 2020, protesters marched from the South Carolina Statehouse to the city of Columbia police station. Several businesses and restaurants in the nearby business district were vandalized. Mayor Stephen K. Benjamin announced a mandatory 6 p.m. curfew for the city. Four police officers were injured, one critically. Later that night shots were fired at police, and the shooters were arrested. The officers did not return fire. The follow day, a group of 200 protesters formed in Marion Square. Greenville: On May 30, two protests were held at Peace Center and Falls Park. Not affiliated with Black Lives Matter, the first event was attended by Mayor Knox White. About 300 people marched at the second protest, some arrests were made. Myrtle Beach: Dozens of protesters attended a rally downtown on the morning of May 31. Protesters initially blocked the entrance to the Myrtle Beach Police Station in what felt like a "standoff" but when officers joined in and the Chief addressed the crowd cheered. Mayor Brenda Bethune declared a civil emergency due to a "credible threat" against police related to the protest. A curfew was set to start at 7pm May 31.
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