Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.How do you keep spirits afloat among the crew of a coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier facing social distancing and quarantine?The USO is aiming to boost the morale of hundreds of sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt as they self-isolate in Guam following the COVID-19 outbreak on the vessel.From old-fashioned care packages that need to be meticulously sanitized to providing Internet access for quarantined sailors, the USO is adapting to the situation as the country strives to overcome the pandemic, according to Alan Reyes, the nonprofit’s chief operating officer and a rear admiral in the Navy Reserve.“In a quarantine situation, there isn’t a whole lot of face-to-face things go on,” Reyes told Fox News. “So much is happening digitally.”US SAILOR ON BOARD CORONAVIRUS-STRICKEN THEODORE ROOSEVELT IN ICUThe carrier has faced a severe impact from virus, with more than 400 confirmed cases among crew members as of Thursday, its captain relieved of command — and the acting secretary of the Navy’s resignation over his handling of that dismissal.So the crew could benefit from some of what the USO has to offer. Care packages are broken down by hand, sanitized by


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