Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Captain Patrick Ambersbach, who is commanding the USNS Comfort in New York, said on Saturday that three of his medical personnel caught the coronavirus but were doing “very, very well” as they separated from the rest of the ship.”We have a total of three. All of them are separated from the rest of the crew,” Ambersbach said on “Cavuto Live.” “They are all doing very, very well. And two of the three — no patient contacts at all. So, again, all I can say is that they are all doing very, very well and hopefully, within a few days or so, in accordance with CDC [Centers for Disease Control] guideline, we’ll get them back into the fight.”CLICK HERE TO GET COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEAmbersbach told Neil Cavuto that he was dedicated to making adjustments to accomodate the influx of COVID-19 patients on his ship, which was originally intended to house non-coronavirus patients as New York medical facilities dealt with positive cases.”Our mission has changed a bit,” Ambersbach, who’s commanding the USNS Comfort, said on “Cavuto Live.” “But again, we do that every day in the military. We’re ready to

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