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Will U.S. Passengers Comply with the Covid Requirements On Board?


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16 hours ago, mnocket said:

All valid points.  Now can you see any shortcomings in relying on other people wearing masks for you protection?

 

Of course. Both have short comings. Just addressing the question that was asked. 

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14 minutes ago, iancal said:

People are not following the guidelines at home and we see the results in the daily numbers. Why would we expect them to follow the guidelines on a cruise ship?

 

Exactly! Folks that have high compliance in their bubble areas (mostly liberal areas) will be very surprised when they leave their bubbles and realize there are a lot of places where it's the polar opposite and masks aren't enforced in even the slightest, even if there are "mandates". Folks from these states, counties, and cities will be cruising also. They too are looking to "make a few examples" of busy bodies who think they are the mask police. The term "maskholes" doesn't exist for no reason.  

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The comparative international covid stats tell the story of how well the US is doing in following covid guidelines vis a vis other nations.

 

The comparative state covid numbers tell the story of how well residents of each state are doing in following covid guidelines vis a vis other states.

 

Huge differences in both but there is only once conclusion that a person could draw about whether on board cruise line guidelines would be followed. 

 

It is a less than encouraging situation.

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9 hours ago, cruisingguy007 said:

 

Exactly! Folks that have high compliance in their bubble areas (mostly liberal areas) will be very surprised when they leave their bubbles and realize there are a lot of places where it's the polar opposite and masks aren't enforced in even the slightest, even if there are "mandates". Folks from these states, counties, and cities will be cruising also. They too are looking to "make a few examples" of busy bodies who think they are the mask police. The term "maskholes" doesn't exist for no reason.  

Which is likely to be the reason why only "maskholes" will be on cruises until Covid is under control one way or another --via  effective, widely distributed vaccine, or natural waning.
 

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