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We are scheduled for our first cruise in less than 12 days. We are unsure whether to cancel and reschedule or go. How has this affected February and March cruises to the western Caribbean? Are past cruisers worried about the virus? We are blessed with a healthy family but have elderly relatives that we our in contact every other day plus I am an elementary teacher would I be risking my students health?

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I personally came back from a south pacific cruise last saturday. I find that royal crew is doing beyond their best to provide us with a safe environment. They wipe the walls in the hallway, sometime in our cabin, the handrails and handles in the hallway at every shift... I still saw so many people (sorry but mostly 60's and older), coughing open air, no tissue, no elbow, no hands... I just read that both US and Canadian government recommend to avoid cruises. From my recent trip, I would say that the airplane represents the most potential transmission area. 

Up to you to cancel, I never felt the virus was an issue during my trip (except all those islands refusing the ship in fear of the virus!)

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