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Why The US Navy Ship Hospital Wasn’t Meant For Coronavirus Patients

The US Navy Hospital Ship Comfort is docked in New York City to treat coronavirus patients. But that wasn’t always the case. The Navy initially didn’t plan to treat patients with infectious diseases on the ship, but has done so since reconfiguring the vessel. The Commanding Officer on-board spoke to Business Insider Today about their mission.

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Why The US Navy Ship Hospital Wasn’t Meant For Coronavirus Patients

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