Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.More than 100 additional U.S. sailors aboard a coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier stuck in Guam have tested positive for the virus, the Navy said.As of Saturday, the Navy said 92 percent of the USS Theodore Roosevelt crew members have been tested for COVID-19, with 585 positive and 3,724 negative results.The infected sailors on the ship represented about 75 percent of the U.S. Navy’s total cases worldwide.USO BUOYS USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT CREW AMID COVID-19 CRISISThe Navy said over 3,900 sailors from a crew of roughly 4,800 have been moved ashore in Guam. The Navy said that nearly 3,700 sailors from a crew of roughly 4,800 aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt have been moved ashore in Guam.  (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez, File)On Thursday, Fox News learned that an American sailor onboard was in an intensive-care unit at a military hospital on the western Pacific island.The sailor, who tested positive for COVID-19 last month, was reportedly found unresponsive while in isolation.The aircraft carrier has been at the center of a controversy involving its commander, Capt. Brett Crozier.Crozier was relieved of duty after circulating a memo to Navy leaders last week that was obtained by news media in which he

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