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Navy says basic measures prove effective for stemming the coronavirus aboard warships


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Isolating sailors before they board, keeping warships at sea for extended periods, canceling port visits and other measures have curbed the rate of coronavirus infection aboard Navy vessels, the service announced Sept. 30 in updated operational guidance.

Since the pandemic began, more than 190 ships have had at least one onboard case of coronavirus, but safety measures prevented most from affecting operations, according to the guidance.

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