Coronavirus shocked at Andrews Joint Base where Donald Trump boarded Air Force One after family member of military veteran living there tests positive
- The family member of someone who retired on March 11 at Andrews Joint Base in Maryland left the presumed position tested by military personnel
- The person has been quarantined at their home in Waldorf, Maryland
- The new coronavirus diagnosis gives the state of Maryland 13 cases
- Andrews Joint Base is the official home of President Donald Trump’s Air Force One
- Joint Base Andrews officials have stated that basic operations normally proceed after diagnosis of the coronavirus
- Joint Base Andrews officials have announced they will work with federal, state, and local health officials to protect grassroots personnel and their families
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The family member of someone who had retired from the military and traveled to South Korea and the Philippines presumably tested positive at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on March 11.
Now the unnamed person is being quarantined at their home in Waldorf, Maryland, while health officials are analyzing the diagnosis.
A suspected positive effect occurs when a patient is tested positive for coronavirus by a local public health institution, pending confirmation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The new diagnosis brings the total number of coronavirus cases in Maryland to 13.
President Donald Trump walks down the stairs of Air Force One, which is operated from Andrews Joint Base Andrews in Maryland
The dependent soldier is the 13th person in the state of Maryland to test positive
“We are focused on the health of our base personnel and their families,” said Colonel Andrew Purath, the commander of the 11th Wing and Joint Base Andrews. “We will continue to mitigate the effects and potential spread of COVID-19 in collaboration with our community and interagency partners.”
Andrews Joint Base is home to President Donald Trump’s Air Force One operations.
Joint Base Andrews officials have said that basic operations are normal after diagnosis of the coronavirus.
Joint Base Andrews officials have announced that they are working to protect grassroots personnel and their families by partnering with health departments in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the Department of Defense and the CDC.
Activated the National Guard on Thursday and signed an executive order to close the port of Baltimore to cruise ships. These movements are part of the state of emergency declared by the Governor of Maryland, Larry Hogan.
The total number of coronavirus cases in the United States has reached 1,930, including 42 deaths
The governor also signed a bill to provide more funding to fight the emergency corona virus.
As a precaution to prevent the spread of the virus, Hogan also closed state schools in Maryland from March 16 to March 27.
When schools reopen, Maryland students go to school during the scheduled spring break between April 6 and April 13 to make up for the school days that were lost to the corona virus.