I didn't say it was representative. You did say 10 out of 3000 wasn't an outbreak. I'm sure many more than 10 will test positive, as I'm sure the cruise lasted no more than 10 days, incubation times being what they are and all, but let's assume it will be only 10. 10/3000 is .333% and that percentage of the U.S. population is north of 1.1 million. For the sake of simplicity, we'll say we've been dealing with covid for 18 months, so 18 months x 30 days is just north of 500 days. If the cruise lasted 10 days, we've had covid in the U.S. for the length of 50 cruises. 50 x 1.1 million is just north of 50 million cases which is about the number of cases we've experienced. I'm just saying if those 10 cases on the cruise ship aren't an outbreak, why the **** have we gone all medical authoritarian for "just a handful of cases"?I’m in agreement that the vaccine doesn’t prevent spread. I just don’t think this cruise ship is the case in point. A bunch of people locked on a boat for a week, sharing the same air systems, eating at the same couple restaurants, and attending the same shows. That’s really not representative of the US population. I would have expected the number of cases to be higher than 10. That’s 0.33% of the passengers after being locked on a boat in close quarters for a week.