Pacific Daily News/USA TODAY Network Published 6:12 a.m. ET April 24, 2020 | Updated 6:45 a.m. ET April 24, 2020CLOSE How does coronavirus enter the body, and why does it become fatal for some compared to just a cough or fever for others? USA TODAYHAGATNA, Guam — In a month, the Navy has tested all of the nearly 5,000 sailors of the virus-stricken USS Theodore Roosevelt. The latest updates as of Friday morning show positive results for coronavirus have climbed to 840 on the aircraft carrier. Negative results amount to 4,098, with 100% of the crew tested, according to the Navy. Dozens of sailors who initially tested negative later tested positive. Of the total cases, 88 sailors have recovered, up from the 63 reported on Thursday. The Navy reported 4,234 sailors moved ashore into housing on Naval Base Guam and into hotels in Tamuning and Tumon. As of Friday, there were four sailors at the U.S. Naval Hospital and none in the ICU.Since the ship pulled into Guam on March 27, one sailor from the crew, Aviation Ordnanceman Chief Petty Officer Charles Robert Thacker, died after testing positive for the virus.Quarantined sailors thank MarinesSailors quarantined in hotels sent thank you messages to the Marines providing support

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