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French Aircraft Carrier Returns To Port After Suspected COVID-19 Cases Found Aboard

France's armed services ministry said in a statment that about 40 sailors aboard the nuclear-powered Charles de Gaulle were under "close medical observation" after showing symptoms.
French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle cruises at the coast of Frederikshavn in Denmark on March 29. The carrier is returning to home port after suspected cases of COVID-19 were found aboard. Source: Henning Bagger

The French navy's flagship, the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle, is returning to home port after dozens of crew members showed signs of COVID-19, the armed services

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