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Current Situation

Travis AFB - Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Bravo 

Effective tomorrow, 27 Jan, the installation commander is implementing HPCON BRAVO+. Personnel should continue to report for duty and check with their chain of command for unique workplace impacts or changes in telework policies. There are no major changes to base services or facilities.

A return to HPCON BRAVO does return the privilege of Trusted Traveler for base access. Other approved base passes can be worked through the standard channels at our Visitor’s Center. Please contact the Visitor's Center at 707-424-1462.

The commander’s intent for our health protection condition is to limit any impact to our ability to execute the mobility mission while safeguarding the health of our Team Travis Airmen, families, and community. Services and activities were made through data-driven decisions by the commander and our public health experts to meet these priorities.

Continue to communicate with your chain of command for specific concerns. For additional questions on specific hospital or base services visit www.travis.af.mil/coronavirus or follow AFMS - David Grant USAF Medical Center - 60th Medical Group, Travis AFB and Travis Force Support Squadron.

(Current as of Jan. 26, 2021) 

Travel Restrictions

The local area for leave for the 60th Air Mobility Wing is defined as 300 miles straight-line distance from Travis AFB and within the State of California for military personnel. There are no leave restrictions for DoD civilian personnel, and family members are not restricted from traveling.

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.

For the latest DoD Guidance on travel restrictions click here.

(Current as of Dec. 16, 2020)

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I get information about the COVID-19 vaccine?

For information about the COVID-19 vaccine availability, please call the Immunizations Clinic information line at 707-423-5104, select option 2 (vaccine shortages and vaccine specific information), then select Option 2 (COVID-19 vaccine information).​

If I am feeling sick, should I stay home from work?

All personnel should stay home if they are feeling sick. Military personnel should 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.

If I develop symptoms or think I have been exposed to COVID-19, what should I do?

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, 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 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.

If I have symptoms will I be tested?

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​.

Can civilians with no DOD affiliation get test on base?

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.​

If the base and/or Solano County lockdown, can I leave my house?

You should adhere to modified shelter at home guidance with the following exceptions: to obtain food, care for a relative or family member, seek health care, visit businesses or go to work.

What are the local leave restrictions for Travis AFB?

The local area for leave for the 60th Air Mobility Wing is defined as 300 miles straight-line distance from Travis AFB and within the State of California for military personnel. There are no leave restrictions for DoD civilian personnel, and family members are not restricted from traveling. 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.

I am supposed to PCS soon, can I still go?

For the latest DoD Guidance on travel restrictions click here.

Are the Child Development Centers and the Youth Center open?

Yes, the CDC and Youth Center services are currently open, but personnel are encouraged to keep children home when possible.

Can I still get prescriptions filled?

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 for any other updates or changes to pharmacy hours. 

What are the grooming standards during COVID?

Grooming standards are in accordance with AFI 36-2903. The base barbershop is open via appointment only.

Is the base closed? 

Travis AFB is open.

Is base access restricted?

Base access is not restricted to those who hold a military-affiliated ID card. For those who do not and need access to the base, you will need sponsorship through the Trusted Traveler program or a current base access pass.

Have the gate hours changed?

No, gates are currently operating during normal hours.

Can retirees shop at the commissary?

Yes, anyone with a military-affiliated ID can still shop at the commissary.

What are the commissary hours?

The commissary is currently open during normal operating hours.

What are the base exchange hours?

The base exchange is open during normal operating hours.

Where can I eat on base?

Dine-in options on-base, to include our AAFES dining facilities (BX, Burger King, Popeyes, etc.), are closed. Takeout and drive-thru options will remain in place. Exception: DFAC remains open to limited, physically distanced seating. 

Can I go to the gym?

The base fitness center is currently only open for active-duty personnel. There are no plans to close or change the current operations as the current systems and mitigation procedures are working.

(Current as of Jan. 26, 2021)