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  1. Exactly! It should be based on money spent.
  2. The charts are from the The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation. They can be found here https://covid19.healthdata.org/projections
  3. Agreed. It really was a piece of junk. No small wonder that it is no longer being made.
  4. I agree. There are so many moving pieces to the cruise industry, including having ports available to travel to, which seems like it could be a long time.
  5. You really think there couldn't be a flareup or another pandemic?
  6. I wish they wouldn't use the same names that other cruise lines use (like "Wonder").
  7. How long was it between when they administered the tests and when they got the results back?
  8. Let's also remember that China's lockdown was much more severe, and was enforced at gunpoint. Obviously that's not going to happen in the U. S., so the time frame could be much longer.
  9. I agree with that. Dr. Fauci is thinking that the U. S. could realistically see millions of cases. I don't think anybody will be cruising any time soon. I hope I'm wrong.
  10. I did not know that. The Wikipedia entry needs updating. Even if they own it, isn't it still part of the Bahamas, just as a person owns a piece of land in any country? Wouldn't that country's laws/rules still apply? Not that I'm an expert on Bahamian law.
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