The commander overseeing the 28,500 or so US troops in hard-hit South Korea was treating the coronavirus response like a full-fledged military operation. Photo: Reuters The commander overseeing the 28,500 or so US troops in hard-hit South Korea was treating the coronavirus response like a full-fledged military operation. Photo: Reuters
The commander overseeing the 28,500 or so US troops in hard-hit South Korea was treating the coronavirus response like a full-fledged military operation. Photo: Reuters

How will world’s most powerful military fight coronavirus threat?

  • US military’s health care system is geared more toward handling combat casualties than infectious diseases
  • At the latest count, the US military has 37 reported coronavirus cases, including 18 military personnel

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The commander overseeing the 28,500 or so US troops in hard-hit South Korea was treating the coronavirus response like a full-fledged military operation. Photo: Reuters The commander overseeing the 28,500 or so US troops in hard-hit South Korea was treating the coronavirus response like a full-fledged military operation. Photo: Reuters
The commander overseeing the 28,500 or so US troops in hard-hit South Korea was treating the coronavirus response like a full-fledged military operation. Photo: Reuters
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