Coast Guard vice commandant tests positive for Covid-19

On Monday, the vice commandant of the Coast Guard, Adm. Charles Ray, tested positive for Covid-19. He was tested the same day, after feeling mild symptoms over the weekend.

Adm. Charles W. Ray. USCG photo

The Coast Guard is following established policies for the coronavirus, per CDC guidelines, to include quarantine and contact tracing. According to CDC guidelines, any Coast Guard personnel that were in close contact will also quarantine.

In accordance with established Coast Guard Covid policies, Adm. Ray will be quarantining from home.

Since April, the Coast Guard has been following CDC, DoD and DHS guidelines for temperature testing, social distancing to the greatest extent possible, and the wearing of masks when social distancing is not possible. The Coast Guard remains ready to ensure the maritime safety, security and stewardship of the U.S.

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