Even if there is a case on board covid still has 99.7% survival rate.
Im sure the cruise ship could easily have a section for non vac people.
If not, get another ship ffs.
A cruise ship with very limited medical supplies, the last thing you want on a packed cruise ship is a easily spread virus. That's the reality and they know it. Hopefully as more ships become available then more can be evacuated but to put onboard a virus would just add to a already bad situation, making that whole ship a problemLike I said at the start, it's not as simple a situation as it seems.
The people managing the evacuation will be fully aware, unlike you, of the problems with cruise ships and viruses. The last place you want to put a potential virus is on a packed ship.If you can get more people out and on board knowing they are vaccinated you can offload them quicker and turn the ship straight back around to get more. If you get a outbreak on boardThen that ship will be out of action, the port may not allow people off and you just lost s ship. The situation is being handled by experts but as usual the internet thinks it knows better.
Is that the excuse they used or is that a guess? I think you have a hard time seeing what they're doing. "Never let a disaster go to waste." Is what they say. ...They've PURPOSEFULLY pushing these vaccines & NOT because they just care that much!
They have no problem with killing babies. Why would they care if YOU get sick.
Any, any contagious virus is the last thing you want onboard a packed cruise ship. And that's the point. No-one is saying covid a deadly disease that will kill everyone. If you did get a outbreak on board one of those evacuation ships it would just result in another massive problem. So take steps to lower the risk and get people evacuated.Like I said right at the very start. Not as simple a situation as you made out, regarding letting onboard unvaccinated refugee's.