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Norovirus

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Okay, not only are my wife and I handicapped, but there is this great news about the very ship we're set to be on in early May:

Passengers sailing on the Grandeur of the Seas from the Port of Baltimore have been sickened on two consecutive trips, federal health officials say.

The most recent outbreak occurred on the Royal Caribbean International vessel, which left Baltimore on April 5 for a seven-day cruise to the Bahamas, Royal Caribbean spokeswoman Cynthia Martinez said in an email Friday.

Would those of you who read this still go on this cruise ship?
We have been really looking forward to this.

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