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Navy crew members training in San Diego test positive for COVID-19


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SAN DIEGO β€” About a dozen personnel assigned to the U.S. Navy's guided-missile destroyer Chafee, homeported in Hawaii but training in San Diego, tested positive for COVID-19 and were removed from the ship, Navy officials said.

"In order to ensure the health of the force and guarantee mission readiness, most of the crew members assigned to USS Chafee have been placed in a restriction-of-movement status in hotels in the local San Diego area," Cmdr. Sean Robertson, a Third Fleet spokesman, said Saturday.

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