In US Navy study, 60 percent of carrier volunteers have coronavirus antibodies
WASHINGTON: A US Navy investigation into the spread of the coronavirus aboard the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier has found that about 60 percent of the roughly 400 sailors tested had antibodies for the virus, three US officials told Reuters on Monday. All 4,800 sailors on the Roosevelt aircraft carrier were tested for the coronavirus previously, and about a quarter tested positive. But in April...
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China will respond to U.S. admiral visit to Taiwan
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