NYT: Navy captain fired for COVID-19 warning memo during pandemic tests positive for virus
Captain Brett Crozier, the former Navy commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt who was fired after a leaked letter he wrote pleading for help from the Navy went viral, has tested positive for COVID-19, as reported by The New York Times . Two classmates of Crozier’s from the Naval Academy confirmed his diagnosis to the Times . According to those classmates, Crozier started to display symptoms before he was taken off of the aircraft carrier on Thursday. More than 150 sailors on the ship have te...
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