This morning, U.S. Marshals escorted an ambulance to a local hospital in Solano county, California from Travis Air Force Base, with a person who was in - or working in - the Quarantine area of the base set up to deal with Coronavirus.
A source tells the Hal Turner Radio Show "I can't say which hospital, due to HIPPA regulations and fear for my job."
The source reports "Marshals and ambulance crew were decked out in full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). They made everyone in the vicinity of the Emergency Room entrance stand back as the patient was escorted inside."
It is confirmed, however, the patient came from Travis Air Force base and that 2019 novel-Corona virus infection is suspected.
Hospital staff claim the infected person is a Healthcare Worker from the base!
Five of the people evacuated from Wuhan, China, who were being quarantined at Travis Air Force Base show symptoms of coronavirus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The group has not been diagnosed with coronavirus, but they display symptoms of the virus, officials said.
Officials said all five had fevers. They have been taken to nearby hospitals for treatment, officials said.
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