Senior commanders of the US military have been told to self-isolate and work from home, according to reports, after Admiral Charles Ray of the Coast Guard tested positive for the coronavirus.
The rest of the Joint Chiefs have reportedly tested negative so far.
Ray, who is vice commandant of the Coast Guard, began feeling ill Friday and tested positive on Monday. The other Joint Chiefs tested negative on Tuesday, but were told to self-isolate and work from home for the next several days.
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