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US Navy orders self-quarantine for ships that have made stops in the Pacific amid coronavirus concerns

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Washington (CNN)The US Navy has ordered all ships that have visited countries in the Pacific region to effectively self-quarantine and remain at sea for 14 days in order to monitor sailors for any symptoms of coronavirus.

"Out of an abundance of caution, Pacific Fleet is implementing additional mitigations to prevent Sailors from contracting COVID-19, and to monitor Sailors who have traveled to higher-risk areas," US Navy spokesman Lt. James Adams told CNN, using the official name for the virus. https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/27/politics/navy-coronavirus-pacific-self-quarantine/index.html

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