Important Program Updates
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Guidance from the Government
We urge the military community to follow the guidance of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force at the White House, working in conjunction with the CDC, Health and Human Services and other government agencies. Our primary goals are to ensure the well-being of the entire military community and to assist in force readiness for the national defense and current worldwide military missions.
The Department of Defense is now lifting travel restrictions based on local conditions at installations. Look for a new update each week »
Military OneSource Resources
As the global coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic continues, the Department of Defense is reviewing local conditions by place to determine travel restrictions. The DOD uses the restrictions to limit virus spread, protect your health, and keep the military force effective and ready.
The Department of Defense is reviewing local conditions by place to determine personnel movement and travel as the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic continues. This replaces previous broad restrictions until further notice. This is part of the department’s measures to preserve force readiness, limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect lives during the global outbreak.
As the global coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic continues, the Department of Defense is reviewing local conditions by place to determine travel restrictions. The DOD uses the restrictions to limit virus spread, protect lives and preserve force readiness.
The Department of Defense remains committed to the health and safety of military members and their families. This time of coronavirus disease 2019 is no different. The DOD continues to work with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other agencies to stop spread. The DOD offers free resources through Military OneSource. Each program helps with different military-life challenges or seasons.
The Department of Defense will begin testing some asymptomatic service members as part of the next phase of its strategy to break the chain of coronavirus disease 2019 transmission and to protect the health of the force. The multipronged approach also calls for COVID-19 surveillance, contact tracing and restriction of movement.