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Despite Pleas For Help From Coronavirus Outbreak, Pentagon Won't Evacuate US Aircraft Carrier

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Despite Pleas For Help From Coronavirus Outbreak, Pentagon Won't Evacuate US Aircraft Carrier

Despite Pleas For Help From Coronavirus Outbreak, Pentagon Won't Evacuate US Aircraft Carrier

A US aircraft carrier is reeling from an outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

However, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Tuesday it was not time to evacuate the vessel.

According to Reuters, Esper added that he had not read in detail a letter from the commander of the ship pleading for help.

Captain Brett Crozier is the commanding officer of the Theodore Roosevelt.

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Crozier called for removing over 4,000 sailors from the ship and isolating them.

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