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https://www.traveloffpath.com/cruise-lines-reopening-dates-of-sailings-and-what-you-need-to-know/   Looks like some Cruise ships might start operating in December but those sound like Europe

🥱  Who needs Thailand that bad especially now?      If the junta is serious about saving the Thai tourist industry, allow 90 visa like Malaysia and Vietnam, once normalcy comes along.  US$10

Where they are from shouldn't matter a damn. If they have been at seas for 14 days and there have been no cases on board, they have effectively quarantined already. I had thought they had realise

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IMHO this really sounds like a test run of a new type of Visa application for a Visa upon arrival with everything paid for upfront and meeting all standards in $$$$$$$$$.

 

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9 hours ago, Katipo said:

Ah yes, cruise ships. The great floating Covid petri dishes of the sea.

Ah yes floating petri dishes. Anyone  remember the Ruby Princess dropping a few folk off in Sydney at the beginning of the year? Spread cases across the world.

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2 hours ago, Chang_paarp said:

Ah yes floating petri dishes. Anyone  remember the Ruby Princess dropping a few folk off in Sydney at the beginning of the year? Spread cases across the world.

Yup ! And the cruise ships and cargo ships in WA. 

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