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Coronavirus doesn't require military action yet, former NYPD commissioner says
Former NYPD commissioner on Coronavirus: Too early to get military’s help
Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly discusses coronavirus containment as two new cases have been confirmed in the city.
Ray Kelly, the former commissioner of the largest police force in the country, said Thursday he believes it’s too early for public officials to consider the military’s help in the threat of new coronavirus.
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Kelly, who served as the New York City Police Department’s top cop for 14 years, spoke with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo about precautions that could be taken in the wake of the virus.
At least 95,270 confirmed cases have been reported worldwide, with 149 COVID-19 cases confirmed in the U.S. Meanwhile, 3,280 people have died globally, with 11 of those reported in the United States, according to the most recent data available.