mcguire - Answered a Question by bishop (02 May 08 09:00)

Its quite scary to read in news about the outbreak on this ship 11 guest caught it when they were on it for 11 weeks they are also asking people to go for blood test who were on this ship every body is so quick to bring down island cruises about recent events at easter but in my ipoine you dont read much about them as you do larger ships.

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bishop - Answered a Question by bishop (02 May 08 11:05)

What outbreak.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by bishop (02 May 08 13:48)

Sorry mr bishop its its virus hepatitis somthing dont remeber it was on teletext on wedensda.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by bishop (02 May 08 15:41)

I think it was Hepatitis E. All the guests were supposed, according to P & O, to have contracted it whilst ashore, but they would say that wouldn't they. I haven't checked but I am almost certain that you will be able to read about it and other mishaps on the "events at sea" site ....Nei.

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