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Everything posted by edward01ca

  1. The two problems are quite distinct. On the news here in Canada, a gastrointestinal problem involves usually severe vomiting and diarrhea with an elevated temperature. This could be food poisoning or Norwalk. Covid-19 is a respiratory infection with high fever, dry throat, dry coughing and an elevated temperature. I am quite sure that medical personnel on the ship can tell the difference.
  2. Read Prime Minister Trudeau's speech on CBC Newsworld and you will find out that flights coming into Canada from Europe will be funneled to certain airports only for better screening.
  3. What country did you come from that actually required a visa to a Schengen country? Don't need one from Canada
  4. We spent 40 days on her from Perth to Singapore to Sri Lanka return to Singapore. Had a wonderful time. We have only sailed on this class of ship or the Vista class from HAL and like the smaller ships a lot. No big problems. My favourite thing to do on the sea days is to sit on a lounge chair on the promenade deck, read, and watch the ocean go by.
  5. After reading this and another posting about how the costs are going up on cruise ships and people complaining about higher cruise costs, is the desire to take on as much water, soda, and wine just cheating the ship of income. If the ship can't sell these items, then they will have to increase prices. What's next, bringing on your own food to eat in the cabin.
  6. We had the exact same experience on our cruise on the Zaandam from Vancouver to Rio a couple of years ago.
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