26 US Navy ships Currently Have Coronavirus Cases
By Barbara Starr/CNN Pentagon Correspondent
Washington (CNN)There are currently coronavirus cases on 26 US Navy warships, and another 14 have been hit by the virus but the crew members impacted have recovered, a senior Navy official told CNN Wednesday.
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It is impossible to isolate on a naval ship where sleeping crew are packed in like sardines. Racks (bunks) stacked 4-high and a narrow lane between each stack. Not to mention just how many are crammed into a single compartment. I personally have been stayed in squad bays on an FFG with 90 others, and only two ways in and out.
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