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  1. The reason is you're typically there for a day or three and then gone. Same with restaurants, air travel, hotels, etc. Oh and don't even think about grocery cart handles! Once you get sick, you're not quite sure where you got it. When you're on a cruise, you have 3000 people in close quarters and say 200 get sick, it's a big story. However, it's no difference than a seniors home where 200 live and 30 get sick, same with schools. It's known that a virus is going thru the school, home, hospital, etc. but the hysteria just isn't the same. There's something about cruises, either you love them or you don't. If you don't, it's the scourge of the earth, a petri dish and you'll get sick or fall overboard! Knock wood, I've yet to get sick on any cruise, but, generally don't get the flu as I get my shot every year, though the last one I had was 5 years ago and it was a doozy!
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