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April 2, 2020
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  • Katherine Engleman

    04/03/2020 10:41 AM

    A difficult "situation" ... gee Governor, ya think? Sad that those cruises weren't cancelled before they even set sail. Now here we are with everyone exposed - maybe not showing symptoms (yet) but potentially a threat to the general public. Make ALL those passengers quarantine, QUARANTINE for 2 weeks in a vacant hotel - no one gets in or out of their rooms until they're certain they are safe. Room service for food, cleaning supplies, linens, etc. Certainly those passengers can do that for themselves. EASIER and smarter than shipping them off in planes to their final destinations. But what do I know?

  • Charlotte Christensen

    04/02/2020 03:36 PM

    While the rest of us have heeded the warnings and are staying home pretty much locked up but for supplies, these people have chosen to ignore the warnings and went on their vacation cruises anyway! I do have empathy for them but they now want to bring it home. The cruise ships are also to blame for accepting money and scheduling these trips! Asking us to have compassion is like giving a toddler candy then admonishing them for taking it!