By now, it's sort of the understatement of the year to note that the coronavirus pandemic has walloped some businesses much harder than others -- though, whatever the spectrum that you're looking at consists of, it's probably fair to say that cruise ship operators sit on the far end of the long tail where absolutely nobody wants to be right now. The travel industry, in general, is having to work extra hard to lure consumers back to flying the friendly skies, booking hotel rooms, and the like. Cruise ships, meanwhile, occupy another class of worry entirely for some travelers. It was an outbreak on a cruise ship back at the beginning of 2020 that started freaking people out about COVID-19. If you're stuck on a ship and there's an outbreak, what are you going to do, exactly?
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