Skip to comments.'Swine flu liner' docks in France
Posted on 07/31/2009 7:03:27 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
A cruise ship carrying dozens of victims of swine flu among its 5,000 passengers and crew has docked in the south of France, officials have said.
Sixty crew members have so far been diagnosed with the H1N1 virus, while 70 of their colleagues were also showing signs of being infected, they added.
They will be treated on board the ship while it docks at Villefranche-sur-Mer.
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The Love Boat becomes The Swine Boat?.....
This would be Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. If I remember correctly, the large mega-ships employ a lot of people from countries (like Haiti) where sanitation is not a primary concern.
I’m pinging Smokin’ Joe flu ping list to the new article .
Advertise for a flu cruise that will expose the passengers to a weak dose of the Swine Flu so that they can build up immunities before the more deadly version arrives this fall/winter.
You pay more because of the extra doctors and nurses required to be on board. No guarantees though.
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