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A Marine at Fort Belvoir has tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19, the Pentagon announced Saturday evening.A Marine at Fort Belvoir has tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19, the Pentagon announced Saturday evening.

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Commercial labs expected to be available soon.Commercial labs expected to be available soon.

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“Federal officials have informed me that a Marine stationed at Ft. Belvoir has tested positive for COVID-19. The Marine had traveled abroad recently, and is being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. This is the first coronavirus case in Virginia. I am monitoring closely.”

Rep. Don Beyer on Twitter: "Federal officials have informed me that a Marine stationed at Ft. Belvoir has tested positive for COVID-19. The Marine had traveled abroad recently, and is being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. This is the first coronavirus case in Virginia. I am monitoring closely."

“NEW: DoD confirms a U.S. Marine assigned to Fort Belvoir, Va. has tested positive for COVID-19.”

Anna Giaritelli on Twitter: "NEW: DoD confirms a U.S. Marine assigned to Fort Belvoir, Va. has tested positive for COVID-19."

“"Virginia has its first confirmed positive COVID-19 case. A United States Marine at Fort Belvoir in Fairfax County has tested positive… He is being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital… There are currently seven tests pending in the state." https://t.co/a8eG26ZhN6”

Danica Roem on Twitter: ""Virginia has its first confirmed positive COVID-19 case. A United States Marine at Fort Belvoir in Fairfax County has tested positive… He is being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital… There are currently seven tests pending in the state." https://t.co/a8eG26ZhN6"

“A U.S Marine assigned to Fort Belvoir, VA tested positive today for COVID-19 and is currently being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. The Marine recently returned from overseas where he was on official business. Secretary Esper and the White House have been briefed.”

Jonathan Rath Hoffman on Twitter: "A U.S Marine assigned to Fort Belvoir, VA tested positive today for COVID-19 and is currently being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. The Marine recently returned from overseas where he was on official business. Secretary Esper and the White House have been briefed."