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Staff Sgt. Christopher Friesen poses with fellow recruiters during Annual Training Conference 2019. (Courtesy photo from Staff Sgt. Christopher Friesen) During COVID-19 pandemic most of the United States is teleworking and going virtual eight hours a day, the US Army is no different. Staff Sgt. Christopher Friesen, an Army recruiter with the Army Recruiting Station Wichita West, Kansas volunteered to screen his battalion for COVID-19 symptoms. Originally a combat medic specialist (68W), Friesen made phone calls to over 300 members of the US Army Recruiting Battalion – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for screening and to give advice on daily awareness.

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