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  1. Looks like the Philippines have made progress toward allowing repatriation. The article includes those stuck onboard cruise ships. Certainly there has been a virtual flotilla in the harbor for weeks waiting to disembark crew members. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-philippines-labour/finally-free-homebound-filipinos-cheer-end-to-quarantine-ordeal-idUSKBN2321YJ
  2. I have read the term “pre-symptomatic”. Still statistically flawed to hypothesize all 2000 passengers are positive or pre-symptomatic.
  3. You are directing part of your comment to the wrong poster. I was replying to a prior poster using “15%”.
  4. The term false negative is based on actually positive. For your hypothetical, you are assuming 2000 positives are tested and 15% receive false negative. Not likely, not even a little bit. In our state (yours and mine), tests are administered to individuals with reason to believe they have been exposed or available upon request. Of that pool, a little over 6% have to date been recorded positive. Based on that, I would never assume 2000 are positives.
  5. I have eaten at GC but not recently. How long did it take you to collect all your food? Did the current protocol discourage you from returning for seconds?
  6. I don’t appreciate the judgment. You need not concern yourself with how much food I consume. I am for the most part out of patience with MDR served meals that takes 1.5 - 2 hours. When eating alone, it is an unwanted waste of my vacation time.
  7. Additional plans to restart, subject to change. ================== The working plan that we have today is in month One ... it would be three Norwegian vessels, one Oceania vessel and one Regent vessel," with the number of ships sailing increasing gradually as momentum builds, he said. As for when that might be, Del Rio said that "reasonable expectations" pointed to late in quarter three (September) or early quarter four (October through December). He said that it would take six months or so to get the entire company fleet back into service. https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/5340/?source=132415&fbclid=IwAR3X_vlqG70KFHUHH-c8di7tN8TBGUTqdBIIWfWT1w55za8_IzsI8b3qWcg
  8. Curious. Could not find any cruises matching "Galveston" departure point on the second search screen, but it is active as a search parameter on the home page.
  9. I will lay money this meeting will be more interesting than most. Wonder if a video of proceedings will be made available. Does anyone know?
  10. My concern is with the Future Cruise Credits (not CruiseNext certificates which expire four years after issuance).
  11. And hypothetically, when cruises do not commence in 2020, the life of said FCCs has been “shortened” by 8-9 months.
  12. I will be interested to see whether NCL extends the “life” of all the Operational Pause FCCs. The six currently in my account expire one year from date issued, so March and April 2021. The latest FAQ indicate the FCCs can be applied on cruises until December 31, 2022. But mine will have expired long before that. As of now, they are essentially useless on bookings through June 2020. Don’t even get me started on when a viable NCL cruise (that actually sails) will happen. Royal Caribbean has extended and aligned the expiration of all Pause FCCs, no matter when they were issued.
  13. DBP is $39/day for November Jewel sailing.
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