The Pentagon expects more coronavirus outbreaks on naval ships as it seeks to rein in an existing outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier where more than 400 sailors have tested positive, a top general said Thursday.

“It is not a good idea to think that the Teddy Roosevelt is a one of a kind issue,” Vice Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. John Hyten told reporters at the Pentagon during a call-in news conference.

He was referring to the USS Theodore Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier with more than 4,000 sailors, which has been docked in Guam since late March as the Defense

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