Top general: Military to test troops for coronavirus antibodies

The U.S. military is planning to test troops for coronavirus antibodies, the nation’s top general said Thursday.

Speaking at a virtual town hall, Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said the testing would start with troops in the most critical missions, such as nuclear forces.

“We’re doing some antibody testing right now, and we’re expanding that,” Milley said. “We’ll be doing antibody testing for critical tier one units, such as those who go into subs...