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Cruzinforpeace***

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    I love em all
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    Caribbean

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  1. I have a friend who developed dementia immediately following the shingles vaccine. She was sharp as a tack before that vaccine. Be careful.
  2. And those “boosters” will be never ending...
  3. When you have ANY virus you are immune from that particular strain forever. Remember getting measles? You can’t get it again. Chickenpox? Can’t get it again. The only way you get a virus a second time is if it mutates. Just like the flu which is also a virus like “Covid”, there are and will be seasonal variations. The “required” vaccines will never end, especially now since they have everyone scared out of their minds for a virus that has a 99.8% survival rate.
  4. IF the cruise lines ever start up again (which doesn’t look good) get ready for many more cuts than just straws. I’m sure they’ll be cutting back on everything. They’ve lost billions of dollars and are continuing to bleed. I’m sure most options that were “standard” prior to the shutdown will either cost extra $ or will not be available. Cruising will never be the same, sadly. I think we’re going to see more and more ships heading to the scrapyard the longer this nonsense drags on.
  5. At least for 2020! Sadly I believe the cruise industry is “done”. First of all there is no way to eliminate every health risk that exists in this big wide world. Covid has an excellent survival rate for those that are low risk (like 99.5%) but unfortunately many cruisers are in the high risk population. The current Covid vaccine in development only has a 50-60% effective rate and requires many jabs every year. Not to mention the serious vaccine side effects that are being reported in the trials that are very concerning. I for one will not be cruising under the proposed conditions. For me
  6. Apparently according to this article they are now under the authority of Japan and will not currently be evacuated with the other “negative” passengers that are on the ship. They will probably have to recover and test negative first. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.standard.co.uk/news/world/david-abel-coronavirus-tests-positive-diamond-princess-a4364426.html%3famp
  7. Looks like Infowars got it right before the “real news”. Not seeing it in many mainstream places. here’s another source for the doubters: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/02/15/national/us-citizen-evacuate-yokohama-coronavirus/#.XkgvIiROnYU
  8. The letter said passenger would be “screened for symptoms“ which doesn’t necessarily mean they are negative for the virus.
  9. I guess the issue is if they develop symptoms they will not be allowed to travel and will be placed in a Japanese hospital for who knows how long. If the person is asymptomatic they have to be released from a “Japanese ordered quarantine”. I think the USA govt. worked out a special deal with the Japanese to have the US passengers released on the chartered planes. Otherwise if you don’t go now, you are subject to the Japanese quarantine laws.
  10. I would jump on that flight for sure! I’d rather be in my home country for quarantine (language, medical care, food etc.). This is going to be a long story for a lot of people.
  11. 67 new cases reported today on the Diamond Princess https://www.infowars.com/cruise-ship-coronavirus-cases-spike-30-first-death-recorded-in-europe/
  12. Oh no! I wonder what happens now? Do they now face quarantine in Malaysia? This is sad news. I was so happy they were finally “free”.
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