US Army Lt. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, commander of US soldiers in Europe, is working remotely after possibly being exposed to the coronavirus during a recent conference.
Cavoli took command of the US Army in Europe in January 2018 and speaks Italian, Russian, and French.
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The Army general in charge of US soldiers in Europe and his staff are working remotely after they may have been exposed to the coronavirus (COVID-19) during a recent conference.
“Out of an abundance of caution and following recommended protocols, he and others potentially affected are self-monitoring and working remotely to fulfill their command duties and responsibilities,” Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy said in a statement on Monday, referring to Lt. Gen. Christopher Cavoli.
Cavoli assumed command of US Army forces in Europe in January 2018 and speaks Italian, Russian, and French.
“The health and welfare of our Soldiers, Families, Civilians, Allies and Partners…