Travis AFB is currently in Health Protection Condition (HPCON) BRAVO.
HPCON Bravo includes the following actions:
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DoD Stop Movement Order
Military Personnel: Effective 18 June 2020, the local area for leave for the 60 AMW is defined as 300 miles straight-line distance from Travis AFB, an increase from the previous 150 mile limit.
The definition of the local area applies until the current DoD Travel Restrictions for leave are removed for Travis AFB.
No air travel (commercial or Space-A) is authorized for local area leave.
Members of 349th Air Mobility Wing and 621st Contingency Response Wing and other mission partners will comply with the direction of their respective chain-of-commands.
Please contact your chain-of-command if you have questions concerning this change.
Additionally, military personnel are not permitted to initiate Permanent Change of Station (PCS) or Temporary Duty (TDY) while the policy is in effect. Personnel who commenced travel for PCS or TDY prior to 16 March 2020 may continue to their final destination. Individuals who are currently TDY are authorized to return to their home station upon completion of the TDY or earlier if recalled by their home-station commander.
DoD Civilian Personnel: Effective 16 March 2020, DoD civilian personnel are not permitted to engage in government-funded travel including PCS and TDY. Personnel who commenced travel for PCS or TDY prior to 16 March 2020 may continue to their final destination. Individuals who are currently TDY are authorized to return to their home station upon completion of the TDY or earlier if recalled by their home-station commander. There are no restrictions for a leave area.
Family Members: Effective 16 March 2020, family members of DoD military and civilian personnel are not permitted to engage in government-funded travel including PCS and TDY. Family members are not restricted from traveling, though they should decide if travel is necessary.
If you develop flu-like symptoms with fever and cough or shortness of breath and may have had contact with a person who has COVID-19 or had recent travel to countries considered high-risk, contact your health care provider before seeking medical care to prevent possible transmission in the health care setting.
If you are a TRICARE beneficiary and you are concerned you have been exposed to COVID-19 or are developing symptoms, call the David Grant USAF Medical Center COVID-19 hotline at 707-423-3000, option 1 Monday - Friday, 0630 - 1600, or the TRICARE Nurse advice line: 1-800-874-2273. Non-TRICARE beneficiaries, please contact your healthcare provider.
As you enter the gate, please hold onto your ID card and show the back barcode to the Security Forces Defender. He or she will scan your ID card and allow entrance onto the installation. These new procedures will help reduce the amount of contact between one another.
As always, please follow the Defenders' instructions.
What the U.S. Government is doing
Coronavirus Disease 2019
U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. Air Force
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A: Individuals are evaluated by medical professionals who determine whether or not a test is necessary. If you are a TRICARE beneficiary, please contact David Grant USAF Medical Center COVID-19 hotline at 707-423-3000, option 1, Monday – Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can also call the TRICARE nurse advice line: 1-800-874-2273
A: You can leave your home to obtain food, care for a relative or family member, go to an essential job or to seek necessary health care. Outside exercise is permitted as long as you adhere to social distancing guidance.
A: No, only individuals that are TRICARE beneficiaries are able to seek medical treatment and COVID-19 testing on base. Individuals who are not a TRICARE beneficiary should contact the Public Health Department for the county in which they live to get tested.
A: The 60 AMW/CC has temporarily relaxed male and female hair length grooming standards found in AFI 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force Personnel, through April 10, 2020.
This relaxation only applies to the length and bulk standards. All other standards related to sideburns, facial hair, and hairstyles remain in effect.
A: All personnel should stay home if they are feeling sick. Military personnel should then contact and coordinate with their chain of command to address any mission impact. Civilian and contractor employees should contact their supervisor. In either case, if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please contact your medical provider prior to visiting the clinic.
A: Yes, childcare fees will be refunded for services not used.
A: Positives cases being monitored by Team Travis are personnel affiliated with the Travis AFB, such as active duty members, dependents, contractors or civilian employees, but live off base. Confirmed positive cases on Travis AFB are those that live in the dorms or on base housing.
A: Currently Travis AFB is not closed and there are currently no restrictions to base access. With the ever-evolving situation, please continue to monitor the Travis AFB Facebook page(https://www.facebook.com/TravisAirForceBase/) for updates.
A: Yes, both the main hospital pharmacy and satellite pharmacy in the BX are still open. Make sure you are following the David Grant USAF Medical Center Facebook and Travis Air Force Base Facebook page for any other updates or changes to pharmacy hours.
A: Yes, anyone with a military-affiliated ID can still shop at the commissary. However, as of March 18, 2020 all visitor privileges have been suspended by the Defense Commissary Agency. The commissaries are conducting 100% ID checks at the entrance, and any individual that is not authorized to shop at the commissary will be unable to enter the facility.
A: The CDC services are currently restricted to mission essential personnel only. Mission essential are those individuals deemed essential by the individuals’ commander.
A: There is currently a screening process at both the hospital and BX pharmacies. Any individual showing symptoms will be unable to enter. The pharmacy is also able to bring prescriptions to your vehicle if you feel uncomfortable going into the facilities.
Alternatively, you can temporarily switch to an off-base pharmacy where someone without base access can retrieve your prescriptions on your behalf. Visit the David Grant USAF Medical Center Facebook page to learn more about this option.
A: There is currently a government-directed stop-movement order for government employees. You can find more information on the travel restrictions here: Travel Restrictions
A: Yes. As of March 20, 2020, the North Gate hours have changed to Monday – Friday from 6 – 8 a.m. during peak morning commute. The gate will close after 8 a.m. There will be no North Gate hours on Saturday or Sunday. The Main Gate will remain open 24 hours a day. There are no changes to the South Gate for commercial traffic. There are no changes to the Hospital Gate hours (Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.).
A: Local leave travel for military members is restricted to 150 miles.
A:First, stay home. Do not go directly to DGMC or any other healthcare facility. Second, if you are TRICARE beneficiary, call the DGMC COVID-19 hotline at 707-423-3000, option 1 Monday through Friday, 0630-1600. Or you can call the TRICARE nurse advice line: 1-800-874-2273.
If you are a non-TRICARE beneficiary, please contact your healthcare provider or the county public health department.
A: The commissary is currently open during normal operating hours but is limited to only authorized patrons, anyone who is not an authorized patron will be unable to enter the facility.
M-Th – 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
F-Sat – 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sun – 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
A: At this time, the Base Exchange is open Mon-Sun 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Continue to monitor our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/TravisAirForceBase/) for any updates.