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Old February 15th, 2013, 08:53 AM
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I don't know how many people were interviewed before HLN found this report. On the phone, one cruiser wouldn't sail again for a million dollars because Carnival had no backup plans for something like this. She reported there was no formula to give to them, so babies weren't fed for 36 hours (really, 36 hours?), mothers stopped lactating because of stress , they only gave out 3 diapers a day(she said of course babies need more), there was more soda on board than water, and so on.
I have no doubt supplies would run short, but just what are ships supposed to stock for "just in case"?
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