Two different Boston hospitals each have more than 40 employees that tested positive

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Two different Boston hospitals tell CNN that they now each have more than 40 employees who have tested positive for the coronavirus

World, Coronavirus Death Toll Tops 21

3/26/2020

Two different Boston hospitals tell CNN that they now each have more than 40 employees who have tested positive for the coronavirus

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2 hr 35 min ago Marine who works inside Pentagon tests positive for Covid-19 From CNN's Barbara Starr AFP via Getty Images The Pentagon confirmed Wednesday that a Marine who works inside the building has tested positive for Covid-19. A defense official said the last time the Marine, an officer, was in the Pentagon was March 13. He began self-isolation on March 15. He works in the plans, policy and operations office of Marine Corps headquarters. This is the first military personnel based at the Pentagon to test positive. “A marine stationed at the Pentagon tested positive for Covid-19 on March 24. Per U.S. Centers for Disease Control guidelines, the Marine is in isolation at his home and will undergo further assessment by health professionals," the Marines said in a statement."The Marine followed official guidance by isolating himself when his spouse began to show symptoms. Once he became ill, he contacted his assigned medical facility. His workspace has been cleaned by a Pentagon response team and a thorough contact investigation is underway to mitigate risk and preserve the health of our Marines, civilians, and families.” Separately, a staff member who works in the Pentagon’s National Military Command Center is awaiting test results, a second defense official confirmed. It's not immediately clear when the person was last in the command center and what part of that complex they work in. Defense One was first to report both cases. share with Facebook Read more: CNN

prayer The coronavirus is not nearly as rampant as the flu, but keep spreading the hype, creating panic, and bankrupting America. MSMIsTheEnemyOfThePeople CNNLyingVoices Sure they did FakeNewsMedia BigHuni They were ripping rails in the bathroom SAD ! American ppl it's high time we need to stand strong and take necessary precautions as other countries who have succeeded if there is no health how will the economy function anyways....time to wake up...

Alhamdulillah The least we can do is to forgive all medical personnel’s student loans Keep reusing those supp,it’s. I see it’s going well. ProfJNMoyo If only realise Jesus Christ is the answer we will survive this.. 😷Thank gosh they were canceling appointments in various Physician Specialist offices, including labs, Xray/Scans, etc.. inside the Hospital in the past weeks. *OVER 40 employees in each facility- B&W and MG Boston PLEASE GetWellSoon PRAYING for all of you working at ground 0.

The Boston Red Sox Just Changed the Team's Logo to Promote Social DistancingThe franchise is temporarily changing their logo to remind fans to stay at least six feet away from each other when out in public

No masks, no PPE, apron and gloves to fight supercontegios virus. Looks like someone wanted to disable medics. Infection in the two hospitals would be a chaos. About 80 medical workers tested positive. I wonder where they should go. But hey Mississippi, you do you. The good side: they're already in the hospital.

that’s tricky. God, please watch over them.🙏 IlvesToomas Mass general says they didn’t catch it at the hospital. Maybe pusnh back on that cnn who cares.......this corona virus crap is just a hoax OH my God father deliver your children all over the world in Jesus mighty name Amen

Boeing plans two-week shutdown of factories in Seattle area because of coronavirus“This was a decision, honestly, that was easy to make,” Boeing CEO David Calhoun says about the two-week shutdown of its Puget Sound facilities because of the coronavirus outbreak. The airlines are tanking. Who is buying their airplanes after the Max debacle. Is Boeing paying their workers during the shutdown? As Trump let slip in the insane daily presser yesterday, Boeing has been having problems for 13 months. And now he’s going to use the COVID-19 pandemic as an excuse to bail out Boeing because of their killer jet which no one will ever fly in again.

Says CNN lol. People are idiots and bought a ton of med supplies and is now paying the price because the nurses, practitioners, doctors, etc. are now getting the virus the people who panic bought are the reason the pandemic with continue to spread and I’m not going to be surprised when riots This is not good!

Hydroxychloroquine OMG.... Another day in DRUMPFS America!

Goldman Steps In to Shore Up Two Money FundsGoldman Sachs Inc. intervened to shore up two of its money-market mutual funds after the Fed created a backstop to stem investor redemptions from the products. Liquidity is still rigid... Why wouldn’t they? The Fed gave them unlimited liquidity. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Mexico reports 367 coronavirus cases and two more deathsMexico had 367 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country on Monday, up from ... Im assuming Mexico has about as many tests as America at this point. Way to stay ahead of the curve. No wonder they wanted to close that leaky border with the US (43,024 cases).

Kim Kardashian fans beg to quarantine at her enormous mansion with two poolsKim Kardashian's palatial home in Calabasas, California, is fans' number one self-isolation venue choice Fans

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