Coronavirus Panic in the U.S. Navy

Coronavirus Panic in the U.S. Navy 16 March, 2020

Under the influence of the world, the coronavirus infiltrated the US Navy. The entire team was quarantined after a positive test on the virus in a crew working on the USS Boxer (LHD-4) amphibious assault ship. On Sunday, the Navy announced that the sailor assigned to the warship tested “presumptive positive,” meaning, the patient tested positive by a local public health laboratory but results are still pending confirmation at a Center for Disease Control (CDC) lab.
Earlier on Sunday, the Pentagon issued a new “stop movement” guidance that places strict limits on the movements on service members, military civilians and their dependents.

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