US Soldier In South Korea Tests Positive For Coronavirus


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.



  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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