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US Created ‘Protective Bubbles’ Around Bases In South Korea, General Says

Eurasia Review Friday, 13 March 2020
By David Vergun

Nine people working on U.S. bases in South Korea — service members, family members and contractors — have been diagnosed with COVID-19, said the top U.S. general there.

Army Gen. Robert B. ”Abe” Abrams, commander of U.S. Forces Korea, told Pentagon reporters that all are recovering. He updated...
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