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Here’s How The U.S. Is Preparing For A Potential Coronavirus Outbreak


Hanna Panreck Contributor
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As the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, continues to spread worldwide, the U.S. government has taken precautionary measures against a potential outbreak.

While the virus hasn’t put U.S. citizens in immediate danger, according to the CDC, the government has taken “unprecedented steps” in preparing for a potential outbreak by setting up quarantine areas at military bases throughout the U.S. and upholding travel restrictions. (RELATED: National Institutes Of Health’s Infectious Diseases Chief: Coronavirus ‘On The Verge’ Of Becoming Pandemic)

  • Atlanta, Georgia: Dobbins Air Reserve Base
  • Chicago, Illinois: Great Lakes Training Center Navy Base
  • Dallas, Texas: Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base
  • Detroit, Michigan: Fort Custer Training Center
  • Fairfield, California: Travis Air Force Base
  • Fort Carson, Colorado: Fort Carson
  • Honolulu, Hawaii: JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam
  • New York, New York: Fort Hamilton
  • Newark, New Jersey: Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
  • Omaha, Nebraska: Camp Ashland
  • Riverside, California: March Air Reserve Base
  • San Antonio, Texas: Lackland Air Force Base
  • San Diego, California: Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
  • Seattle, Washington: Naval Base Kitsap
  • Washington, D.C.: Joint Base Anacostia