Pentagon Warns Of New Coronavirus 'Breakouts' Aboard USS Nimitz Supercarrier | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Pentagon Warns Of New Coronavirus 'Breakouts' Aboard USS Nimitz Supercarrier

After a disastrous couple of weeks for the US Navy which not only saw a nuclear aircraft carrier be diverted from its mission over coronavirus aboard the ship, but witnessed an embarrassing public spat over the dismissal of the USS Theodore Roosevelt's Captain Brett Crozier, itself leading to the resignation of Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly, an outbreak may have struck another major carrier crew.

On Thursday the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. John Hyten warned of a new coronavirus outbreak aboard the USS Nimitz nuclear supercarrier at a moment the vessel is scheduled for deployment to the Pacific region.

"There's been a very small number of breakouts on the Nimitz, and we're watching that very closely," Gen. Hyten said during a Pentagon briefing, indicating the sailors had "been isolated on the ship."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

To all the families and friends of those sailors dealing with this illness, prayers, and hopes that the military will mange this as intelligently as humanly possible, both in terms of treatment of those affected, and how information about this outbreak aboard the Nimitz is handled.

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