Dubbed "Coronavirus: Rumor Control," the DoD will provide its response to myths about how the U.S. has responded.
Personal Care and Health
Photos taken last week show troops training side by side or participating in large gatherings amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
An ex-Army doctor said medications being considered to treat the coronavirus could cause brain damage and other problems.
Kaiser Permanente Washington Research Institute in Seattle began a first-stage study of a potential COVID-19 vaccine.
Several troops in Afghanistan are experiencing flu-like symptoms but have tested negative for flu, said Rep. Mark Pocan.
The cases reported so far are among troops, dependents, defense civilians and contractors.
The services are erring on the side of caution, with some attempting to limit human contact as much as possible.
Army researchers are working hard to help find a vaccine for the new strain of coronavirus that's sickened tens of thousands.
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