The announcement applies only to those enrolled in the Department of Veterans Affairs' family caregiver program.
The DoD and the VA are providing daily updates on the number of confirmed and presumptive cases of the virus.
Under a settlement, the service will send notices to thousands more vets who qualify to reapply for a discharge upgrade.
"The time for radical change and innovation at the VA is right now, and it starts with the new secretary."
The outbreak was identified in late October when a staff member and a resident tested positive for the virus.
The Louisville VA center kicked off its drive-thru for high-risk veterans with 30 scheduled appointments.
VA officials said Wilkie was touring hurricane-ravaged facilities in Louisiana on Thursday.
The company settled claims it kept double payments or payments for which it received reimbursement from other providers.
State data shows at least 42 residents of the 292-bed Southeastern Veterans’ Center have died of the virus.
The hospital is instituting a “safety stand down” in which it will not accept new patients.
As DoD officials look into reports of military participants, legal experts weigh in on what charges they might face.
Jacob Anthony Angeli Chansley, a 33-year-old Navy veteran, refused to take the anthrax vaccine while in the Navy.
Larry Rendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S...
Capt. Emily Rainey is scheduled to leave the Army in April after resigning her commission over earlier incidents.
The Marine Corps hit a milestone when three women completed drill instructor school at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.