Yes I understand both sides. But I caught a really nasty virus from one passenger on a cruise (I'm immunocompromised these days) who came to dinner feeling very unwell and not telling us until a couple of days later he was bedridden with it. Go on the cruise by all means but limit whom you interact with. Love_the_life was on the cruise with me and looked after me once we'd disembarked. I couldn't throw it off for weeks.After what I saw at work over the weekend, money is still the great driver for most (i.e. obviously symptomatic but still coming in)
I guess it's somewhat understandable on a cruise, judging by the posts I've read in this thread. Especially when the company doesn't just confine you to quarters necessarily but throws you in the metaphorical (if not literal) brig and probably dumps you at the next port of call. Maybe if the approach was more sensible people would be more willing to own up to having symptoms?