Dozens of Marine Recruits at Boot Camp in San Diego Have COVID-19
The Marine Corps has halted training for a company of recruits who arrived at boot camp on the West Coast last month after about four dozen of them tested positive for the illness caused by the coronavirus.
Members of Bravo Company, 1st Training Battalion were about five days into their training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego when one began showing symptoms of COVID-19. That recruit tested positive and was immediately moved into isolation, said Capt. Martin Harris, a spokesman for the training base.
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