US Aircraft Carriers Return To Sea After COVID-19 Outbreak On Board

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The US aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt set sail Thursday for the high seas for a series of military exercises in preparation for his return to operations in the Pacific.

The US aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt set sail Thursday for the high seas for a series of military exercises in preparation for his return to operations in the Pacific.

The ship returned to the sea after spending almost two months docked at a base on the island of Guam due to an outbreak of coronavirus on board, the United States Navy reported Thursday.

The boat had been anchored in Guam since March 27, while its 4,800 crew members went through quarantine. More than a thousand of them were diagnosed with COVID-19 in that period.

The ship left the Guam naval base and entered the Philippine Sea on Thursday to pass qualification tests that require fewer personnel than other missions, and having fewer sailors on board will ensure better social distancing during navigation.

The United States Navy announced on April 21 that 710 members of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for COVID-19.

The aircraft carrier had been anchored on the west Pacific island since April 1, and the case gained international attention due to the leak of the letter of help from its captain, Brett Crozier, who asked his commandos “not to die. to the sailors. “

US Aircraft Carriers Return To Sea After COVID-19 Outbreak On Board

 

Source: 20minutos