Jewel of the Seas Remains Contaminated with Norovirus

A reader of our blog informs us that Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas continues to infect cruise passengers with norovirus. The reader referred us to the Harwich and Manningtree Standard and Daily Gazette newspapers in Norwich U.K. which report that Royal Caribbean passengers continue to be struck by a highly-contagious virus for the second time in a month. The cruise line again delayed the departure a few hours yesterday so that they crew could try some extra cleaning to deal with the problem. The reader commented: "Obviously the last attempt didn't work, so why should this? I would have expected that by now, the source and specific nature of the virus would have been found, thus allowing effective treatment to be carried out before the ship sails. However, since I have not heard otherwise, I assume it has sailed again last evening, with a new set of unsuspecting guests . . . How can the port authority in Harwich allow this to happen?" Royal Caribbean's PR people crafted the following statement: "At Royal Caribbean International, we have high health standards for all our guests and crew." We reported on the last norovirus outbreak on the Jewel of the Seas – Norovirus On Royal Caribbean's Jewel Of The Seas? 45 passengers commented on the story and described poor food handling, cleaning, and medical procedures on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship. Have you sailed on the Jewel of the Seas recently? How is the cruise line handling the situation? Please leave a comment below.

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