February 16 According to the Associated Press Washington, the U.S. Navy reported on the 15th local time that three sailors on the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Less than a year ago, the aircraft carrier was quarantined in Guam for nearly two months due to a large-scale epidemic.
According to the report, the navy said that none of the three sailors who tested positive for the novel coronavirus on the 15th showed no symptoms, and they and their close contacts were currently quarantined on the aircraft carrier.
The aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt is reportedly on a mission in the Pacific Ocean.
Last year, the outbreak of the aircraft carrier was the largest outbreak to date for the U.S. military, when more than 1,000 sailors tested positive for the novel coronavirus and one more died.
Finally, the ship’s 4,800 people were quarantined off Guam for several weeks.
The report also said that the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt held a two-aircraft carrier exercise with the aircraft carrier Nimitz in the Pacific Ocean about a week ago.