US navy battlefield Sailors infracted of the deadly Coronavirus. Coronavirus has spread in United States Navy aircraft carrier ship, USS Theodore Roosevelt. The ship’s captain wrote a letter to the Pentagon, calling for sailors to save their lives.
Wednesday (1st April), Four pages were written a letter to the Pentagon called for the Coronavirus to be protected. Captain Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the battleship To help sailors by describing the difficult situation caused by the Coronavirus written by his letter.
|The commanding officer of the Theodore Roosevelt battleship Capt. Brett Crozier|
Captain Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the battleship, wrote in the letter, The ship lacks quarantine and isolation facilities. He cites caution, saying that the strategy currently being used to combat the Coronavirus will not completely eradicate the virus.
At the same time, the letter said that Theodore Roosevelt removed at least 4,800 soldiers from the battleship and put them in isolation. Basically, battleship has at least 5,000 people as small as an American city.
Captain Brett Crozier, commanding officer of the battleship also wrote his latter, “We are not at war.” So there is no need to give life to our sailors. If we do not take effective action right now, we will fail to take full care of our sailors and they will have to watch their dangerous death.
Yesterday (2nd April), 4,800 sailors would be removed from Theodore Roosevelt on the battleship, the US Navy said. Already, one thousand sailors have been brought down from the battleship anchored in Guam Island in the United States. In addition, 3,800 sailors will be brought down in a few days, the US Navy said.
Theodore Roosevelt to the sailors has been laid to rest during a navy gym on Guam Island. United States navy detainable wants others to fare resort in Guam. But Guam Governor Lu Leon Guerrero said, won’t allow anyone suffering from the virus to enter his island.
|US Navy hospital ship also work to rescue these sailors|