After months of investigation, the US military determined that Roosevelt was infected when she docked in Vietnam

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 After months of investigation, the US military determined that Roosevelt was infected when she docked in Vietnam


USS Roosevelt

According to the report, at the beginning of the outbreak of the new crown, the carrier Roosevelt had been cruising at sea, and how the virus was first taken aboard became an unsolved mystery for the US Navy. The U.S. Navy initially believed that the carrier might have been infected during the docking in Vietnam port in March, but later it was believed that the carrier aircraft from other ships brought the virus together when carrying out material supply and caused a large outbreak, because the first one was not the crew members who had left for the port to play, but two soldiers of the carrier aircraft force.

But the latest conclusion of the U.S. Navy is that after months of comprehensive investigation, the previous conclusion has been overturned, basically believing that the carrier was infected when it docked in Vietnam port. The results of the nucleic acid test show that the infected persons of the carriers aircraft forces are not likely to be the initial victims of the virus..

According to the investigation report, former Roosevelt captain Croce did not give enough warning to the unincorporated sailors at the beginning of the epidemic, and allowed the isolated sailors to end the isolation too early, so placing the personnel on board at a higher risk may aggravate the spread of the epidemic, U.S. Navy chief of operations gilday said at a press conference on the 19th. Although he later asked senior US military officials to take more measures to save the ships personnel, its performance was far less than expected. The U.S. Navy eventually announced its decision to insist on the removal of its carrier captain, and will not appoint him to other command positions. (Wuyan)

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