Military members' call to serve doesn't stop with a pandemic. Newsy's Lauren Magarino reports on military families' adjustments to U.S. Department of Defense orders aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Military Families Adapt To The Unknown During The Pandemic
Change is common for military families, but it's the unknown that presents a challenge.
More free COVID-19 tests available on government website
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7 million Americans have gotten the new COVID-19 vaccine
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Sean 'Diddy' Combs steps down as Revolt chairman amid abuse claims
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Officials probe eye syphilis in 5 women from sex with same man
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Officer tried in death of Elijah McClain will return to duty
Aurora Police Officer Nathan Woodyard, who was tried in the death of Elijah McClain, will return to duty and receive back pay.