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Fired Navy Carrier Captain Has Tested Positive for COVID-19: Report

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Fired Navy Carrier Captain Has Tested Positive for COVID-19: ReportDays after he was removed from his position as commanding officer of a Navy aircraft carrier, Capt. Brett Crozier has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus illness he warned was spreading rampantly on his ship. Crozier tested positive for COVID-19 after exhibiting symptoms before he was removed from the carrier Theodore Roosevelt, The New York Times reported Sunday. The paper cited two Naval Academy classmates of Crozier's who are familiar with the situation. Navy officials did not immediately...
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Navy Capt. Brett Crozier, who was relieved of his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt after sounding the alarm on an outbreak on the carrier, tested positive for the virus.

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