US Soldier In South Korea Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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A U.S. soldier stationed in South Korea has tested positive for the new coronavirus, the first such case involving a U.S. service member.

United States Forces Korea (USFK) said in a statement Tuesday that a soldier stationed in Camp Carroll had tested positive and is currently in quarantine at his off-base residence.

“USFK is implementing all appropriate control measures to help control the spread of COVID-19 and remains at risk level ‘high’ for USFK peninsula-wide as a prudent measure to protect the force,” the military said in its statement.

Read more at The Hill.

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  1. “All right, people, we want to inflate case numbers in the epidemic. How do we do it? Forget testing for the coronavirus. How about this? We run a test for ‘the epidemic disease’, pneumonia. If any kind of pneumonia turns up positive, we’ll just SAY this is a case of coronavirus, with no proof. Any objections? Good. Get busy.
    “Get it? A test for ordinary pneumonia—CT Scan—now becomes a test that delivers a diagnosis of “new epidemic coronavirus.”

    Well, it turns out the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has been running its own pneumonia scam for a long time.

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