WASHINGTON, April 24 (Reuters) – A U.S. Naval force destroyer is accepted to have a noteworthy coronavirus episode on board as it completes a counter-opiates crucial the Caribbean, U.S. authorities told Reuters on Friday, denoting the most recent test for the military in managing the infection.

The authorities, talking on state of namelessness, said that over twelve mariners had tried positive for the infection. Given the size of boat, typically just a couple hundred mariners, an episode like this is probably going to cause concern and bring up issues about whether it would need to come back to the United States.

The cases on the boat have all the earmarks of being the first installed a boat right now in progress adrift.

The plane carrying warship Theodore Roosevelt was in the Asia Pacific when it had a flare-up installed, having to in the end dock in Guam. Almost 850 out of the about 4,800 work force on the transporter have tried positive on the Roosevelt.

The destroyer Kidd is a piece of the Trump organization’s sending of more Navy warships and airplane to the Caribbean to battle tranquilize cartels. Reporting the organization prior this month, the Trump organization said the extra warships and airplane were additionally pointed and forestalling “degenerate on-screen characters” like Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from abusing the coronavirus pandemic to pirate more opiates. (Revealing by Idrees Ali and Phil Stewart Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and Jonathan Oatis)

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