Effective March 2, David Grant Medical Center staff, patients and visitors are to mask per individual and patient risk IAW the Defense Health Agency memorandum published Feb. 16. Individuals who meet the below criteria are still required to wear a mask:
- Individuals experiencing respiratory symptoms (cough, runny nose, congestion, etc.)
- In recent contact with someone experiencing respiratory symptoms
- Have tested positive for a respiratory illness in the last 10 days
Effective Dec. 23, 2022. Masking indoors is not required for any individual, regardless of vaccination status, across the installation except in the BX Pharmacy and the Passenger Terminal, which will remain fully-masked in accordance with DoD policy. Individuals may continue to wear a mask indoors if they choose.
Indoor gatherings are not limited at this time and all base facilities/operations should be fully open and functioning.
Testing for unvaccinated employees will resume in accordance with the April 2022 Secretary of Defense Coronavirus Disease Force Health Protection Guidance.
Lastly, as a reminder please continue practicing sound public health and hygiene measures and, if you feel ill, please seek medical care and notify your supervisor.
- All exceptions from previous guidance still apply (Ex. Eating, communicating, actively working out, etc.).
More information on can be found on the Solano County website:
Current as of March 3, 2023