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A new coronavirus cases in South Korea jumping again also breaking overnight the U. S. military confirming US soldiers that tested positive his infection and many others I connected to a southeastern city in South Korea that's where the government's been mobilizing public health tools South Korea meanwhile reporting one hundred fifteen more cases bringing the total there to more than twelve hundred and sixty the U. S. soldier right now quarantine at his off base home several base amenities are closed here at home health officials delivering up messages about the likelihood of a serious outbreak within the US while also trying to calm fears the CDC's Anshu cat saying it's not a matter of if but when wild HHS secretary Alex ETS are says the virus is contained here are both officials in their own words at Tuesday's news conference will maintain for as long as practical tool approach where we continue these measures of aggressive containment of this disease but also employs strategies to minimize the impact on our communities however current global circumstances suggest it's likely that this virus will cause a pandemic no it's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore the rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will become infected and how many of those who develop severe or more different more complicated disease