Yes, dear doctors. That cruise ship in Japan has proven that can be transmitted via air conditioning. Can we end that experiment now and help the people?

Like what?
What would you like the authorities to do?

They can't let them off the ship all the reports I've seen (From passengers) say that Carnival Corporation and the staff of The Carnival Princess have been bending over backwards for them.

@dick_turpin Get the people off the ship, clean and disinfect the whole thing thoroughly. Simple.


But always remember to give the cleaning + disinfection contract to the lowest bidder!

Oh wait...


@ParadeGrotesque @jwildeboer Remember those words next time you say "Is there a discount?" 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣

@jwildeboer WTF? So move them off a closed environment onto land where you've already highlighted that it is an airborne virus onto what, buses? thus spreading it around and then where? Maybe a hospital eating up even more resources and increasing the risk of escape. Sheesh Thank god you're not in charge of containment and public safety..

@dick_turpin When you move them from the ship to a place with filtered or low pressure air conditioning, you can definitely reduce the risk of airborne infections. That's a no-brainer and EXACTLY what is being done everywhere to try to contain infection.

@jwildeboer Na, you're wrong. The best solution is the current one. Keep them all on-board. Better still, sail out to sea and keep them there. As people are cleared after the 14 day incubation we could then move infected people out to the ship. 🕺 🕺 🕺 😷

@dick_turpin The 14 days restart with every new infection, though. God am I happy that YOU are not in charge of public safety ;)

@jwildeboer I know, coz I'd have you off to Steerage quicker than you can blink. 🤣 🤣 🤣 🤣

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