COVID-19 Information and Resources

 

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MCIEAST Public Health Emergency Officer COVID-19 Update

U.S. Navy Captain Michael Sullivan, Public Health Emergency Officer for Marine Corps Installations East Camp Lejeune, shares information on the...

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Covid Fatigue

A new wave of COVID-19 is spreading across the U.S. with more than 50,000 cases per day and significant increases are expected over the next four...

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Back to School

U.S. Navy Lt. Eric Green, assistant public health emergency officer with Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune and principals with Marine Corps Base Camp...

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COVID19 Message

Commander Wayne R. Smith, Public Health Emergency Officer for Marine Corps Installations East and DIrector of Medical Services for Naval Medical...

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COVID-19 Habits

The coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to affect those around us. Here is a friendly reminder to practice safe distancing, wash your hands...

 

 

 

MCAS New River leaders are continuing to monitor the Coronavirus outbreak and working closely with Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune and public health officials to mitigate health risks and ensure the safety of our installation population. While we will share information as it becomes available, please stay tuned to information about the virus on the Center for Disease Control’s website: https://www.cdc.gov/COVID19


Public Notice: New COVID-19 Face Covering Policy

The Deputy Secretary of Defense requires all Service members, Federal employees, onsite contractor employees, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a mask in an indoor setting in installations and other facilities owned, leased or otherwise controlled by DoD. 

Service members, Federal employees, onsite contractor employees, and visitors who are not fully vaccinated also need to continue to physically distance consistent with applicable CDC and DoD Force Health Protection guidance.

MCAS New River will begin enforcing the policy, effective 30 July 2021.

The attached memorandum applies to installations located in areas of substantial or high community transmission, which includes Onslow County, North Carolina.  CDC data on levels of community transmission can be found at: https://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/

The resurgence of COVID-19 is expected to continue to influence decision making; we will share new guidance as the situation evolves.  Leadership at all levels are asked to pay close attention to your surroundings and remain diligent.


For the most current official information and resources, visit the CDC COVID-19 website at: https://www.cdc.gov/COVID19