It would be irresponsible for me to give advice to people I don't know anything about, medical histories, risk factors, etc.
I find it amazing that some people are so affected by the internet and message boards that they assign some kind of nefarious idea that I'm trying to manipulate people into going to Disney. You guys caught me, I actually work for Iger and Chapek and am trying to inflate the stock price because I'm so important that I know people will absolutely read what I said and divine the subliminal message of "Go to Disney World, it's safe!" found within. Ugh.
I also read you original post as an endorsement of WDW and Universal, even with the qualifiers you added.
I’m happy to report that we all had a great time and had a highly enjoyable trip. Universal was great...
Those 2 sentences= an endorsement.
And that struck me as a little odd, because an endorsement from a doctor could be misconstrued as giving medical advice.
And that struck me as something many doctors would try to avoid, in any way, shape, or form for a variety of reasons.