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Strategies & Market Trends : World Outlook

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To: Jeff Hayden who wrote (23239)4/8/2020 8:39:55 AM
From: Don Green   of 23983
The carriers problem started when it made a visit to Vietnam.

At that time everyone underestimated the level of spread which had already occurred.

Most ships don’t even have a doctor on board only a physician assistant equivalent and very limited medical space. So the risks are high so port visits will be out of the question for a long time. Ships can stay at sea for months if necessary. In fact it is likely that there are some boomer ICBM subs who have little idea what is happening in the world until they return to port after months sitting on the oceans floor.

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