Sailors cheer for ousted aircraft carrier captain The U.S. Navy confirmed Thursday that 416 crew members onboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier docked in Guam, have now tested positive for the coronavirus. The number of confirmed cases jumped by 130 people in one day with more than 1,000 tests still pending. On Wednesday, the Navy released a statement that said 93% of the crew had been tested for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, resulting in 2,588 negative and 286 positive results. Over 2,000 sailors on the ship were subsequently moved to a base on the island, which is a U.S. territory.”As testing continues, the ship will keep enough Sailors on board to sustain essential services and sanitize the ship in port. There have been zero hospitalizations,” the Navy said Wednesday. The next day, one sailor was transferred to a hospital and put under intensive care, according to the Navy. Pentagon officials warned Thursday that the ship’s outbreak will not be an isolated incident for the Navy, The Associated Press reports. “It’s not a good idea to think that the Teddy Roosevelt is a one-of-a-kind issue,” said General John Hyten, vice chairman of the Joint


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