315 people diagnosed! US troops in Okinawa still carry out training and Japan calls for epidemic prevention

On August 11, according to Kyodo news agency, the 31st expeditionary unit of the U.S. Marine Corps in Okinawa announced on August 10 local time that a two-week training program aimed at maintaining rapid response capability was implemented in the county. On the same day, Okinawa Prefecture of Japan said 315 US troops stationed in Okinawa had been infected with the new coronavirus, and the governor asked them to do a good job in epidemic prevention. < / P > < p > according to the report, the US Marine Corps in Okinawa may take this action to show that it also has the ability of rapid response during the new epidemic. However, in the case of the continuous emergence of new coronal infections in the US military stationed in Okinawa, it may cause concerns that training may lead to the expansion of infection. Okinawa Prefecture announced on the 10th that one person in the U.S. Army’s kotni barracks was infected with the new coronavirus, with 315 U.S. troops stationed in Okinawa. “Although we have not heard of the training content and scale, we have repeatedly asked the US side to abide by the health guidelines,” governor Yucheng said at the meeting. In the future, we will continue to ask to avoid causing County People’s anxiety about their health. ” < / P > < p > according to MEU, the ground, aviation and logistics units of the Marine Corps participated in the training. On the basis of making operational plans in a short period of time, the use of Osprey transport aircraft and ships will be put into practice. MEU stressed that strict epidemic prevention measures had been taken and said that “important training will continue to be carried out to maintain regional security and stability”.