US soldier in South Korea tests positive for coronavirus

US soldier in South Korea tests positive for coronavirus

A US soldier based in South Korea has tested positive for coronavirus — the first US service member to be infected by the virus. The 23-year-old serviceman is based in Camp Carroll, 20 km from Daegu. The camp is near a disability centre that has had its own outbreak of the virus. Health officials are actively conducting contact tracing to determine whether any others may have been exposed.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait
your foxy friend
your foxy friend 2 months

If anyone has a good chance of survival its a fit and well trained soldier

mike 2 months

My father works at Camp Humphrey's... He's building a baking factory on the base. He's told me directly that there are servicemen (more than one) that have gotten sick there and that several local restaurants and grocery stores have been closed because people working there have become sick. One serviceman? MY FUCKING ASS!!! they're not telling us the whole truth and I can tell you from a first hand account that I trust absolutely that things are much worse in S.K. than they're making it out to be. The time to prepare is quickly running out.

The Raven
The Raven 2 months


bobby_5150 2 months

God speed, young sir.

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