Pres. Obama explains why military should be quarantined longer than civilians








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Pres. Obama explains why military should be quarantined longer than civilians

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Pres. Obama explains why military should be quarantined longer than civilians

  • Connor K Hendricks David, the civilian volunteers often aren't being paid while on their medical mission either. They should take the decontamination period into consideration when it comes to their volunteerism and finances.

    As for the personal impact on my family tha
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  • David Tubbs The military is not, and will never be, like the general population. By being a part of this team of volunteers we have chosen to be a part of something bigger. Protecting each other and our community from possible exposure is the correct choice. Often...See More

 


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