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Old June 9th, 2011, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by anniegb View Post
Was it transported by a passenger?
Is it novovirus?
If more screening ensured less sickness on board - I have no problem.
Why do some vessels have no reported data for 3 years?

Annie
Are your thoughts real or trying to get a reaction from us?
Yes, transported from a passenger and likely that passenger had it at home or picked it up flying or from a rental car etc. The world is touch, touch, touch, and living with hands in an alcohol wash 24/7 isn't going to happen.(And alcohol doesn't kill a virus).
What is your suggestion on better screening? A ship docks, emptied by 10 A.M., the new group of hundreds wants to board by 11:30. Maybe a new scanner can be invented to detect germs, and we can be scanned (like at the airport).
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