New Whistleblower Complaint About Coronavirus and Cruise Ship Shakes Up Washington

Many people all over the world are very nervous about the growing pandemic of the coronavirus, especially as it continues to spread throughout the United States.

It’s understandable that people are nervous. With thousands of people dead around the world including 6 now in the United States out of only a small number of Americans infected, the may be cause for some alarm.

Outside of the deaths, it’s also unsettling to think about the 14-day incubation period which may land those exposed to the virus in quarantine for 2 weeks.

But there has been a recent whistleblower complaint that is actually quite troubling.

The U.S. government on Sunday said it was investigating complaints that federal workers were not given proper protective gear and training before greeting U.S. citizens evacuated from a cruise ship that had 691 people infected with the new coronavirus.

U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar told CBS’s “Face the Nation” he was personally involved in the probe, and the government was determined to make sure its workers were kept safe.

Azar told CBS it had been 14 days since any HHS worker had contact with the evacuees from the Diamond Princess cruise ship, and none had contracted the disease.

About 70 cases have been reported in the United States, including 47 cases among people repatriated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the supposed epicenter of the outbreak, or from the Diamond Princess cruise ship quarantined in Japan.

It’s hard for me to even imagine the willingness of the federal workers to do their job without the necessary protective gear. I’m sure that the whistleblower is likely one of these 691 individuals.

Hopefully, nothing bad will come of this as far as the sickness goes. I wouldn’t suspect that they would be in any danger if they waited through the 14-day quarantine, showed no symptoms, and the federal workers exercised reasonable hygiene.

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