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Less testing at debarkation, less cases known and reported


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Now that Royal Caribbean will not be testing international travelers and side to side cruisers onboard at debarkation there may be more positive cases than reported. Also since everyone is not tested in general at debarkation, the actual number of onboard positive cases is not known, therefore may have been higher than reported in the past and higher going forward.

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It sure is getting a bit tricky at the moment. If only they would report the number of cases. It seems to be going around the crew too as Royal Caribbean is transferring them to other ships. Hopefully, it will all be much better when Spring arrives.

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