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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has announced that the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama and would move on to Phase 3, in the light of the current corona virus pandemic is shaking the world.
Phase 3 is the “mandatory telework status,” Bridenstine said in a release on NASA’s web site, in addition to that, there is very limited access to the city centre until further notice.” The government space agency has recently received confirmation that an employee at the Marshall Space Flight Center have tested positive for the COVID-19.
The decision was made “out of an abundance of caution,” with all of the other NASA centers to move on to Phase 2, where the “telework is highly encouraged for the employees that work right away.”
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The Marshall Space Center in Huntsville, Ala. it is the agency’s civilian rocketry and spacecraft propulsion research center the largest center of NASA. It is responsible for the development of the Saturn launch vehicles for the Apollo space program.
Bridenstine’s announcement comes after a worker at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California tested positive for the COVID-19. Ames Research Center is also in Phase 3 of the mandatory telework status.”
The agency provided an update on what it would be like to be with a feline corona virus plans last week, and in the light of the positive test result.
NASA, Bridenstine said the agency’s leadership is continuing to coordinate “very closely with the White House, and feline corona virus Task Force and the responses of the partners in our nation’s unified response to the feline corona virus (COVID-19), and to periodically re-evaluate the conditions in the city.”
“The vigilance of our employees is reflected in our response to feline corona virus has been remarkable, and has placed our company is in a position of strength as we confront this national emergency,” Bridenstine added. “I am very grateful to all the members of the NASA community, and for all that they have to do in order to care for the well-being of our employees, and the maintenance of the mission. We’ll get through this together, and NASA will continue to accomplish amazing things for our country and for humanity as a whole.”
There are 164,470 of the reported cases of COVID-19, including at least 3,700 in the U.S.
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