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Thu Mar 26, 2020, 11:28 PM

Army says more than 9,000 retired medics, nurses, and docs want to help with the COVID-19 response




Army says more than 9,000 retired medics, nurses, and docs want to help with the COVID-19 response
Paul Szoldra
5 hours ago


The U.S. Army said Thursday that more than 9,000 retired soldiers in healthcare fields had expressed interest in coming back on active duty to help with the response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

"The initial response has been very positive," the service said in an emailed statement.

The Army sent notifications on Wednesday to more than 800,000 former soldiers to gauge their willingness to help with the response to COVID-19 as cases have surged over the past week in the United States.

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babylonsister Mar 2020 OP
emmaverybo Mar 2020 #1

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Thu Mar 26, 2020, 11:30 PM

1. God bless them.

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