Eglin returns to HPCON Bravo, no masks indoors

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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Brig. Gen. Scott Cain, the 96th Test Wing commander, directs Health Protection Condition Bravo due to the decreased community transmission of COVID-19 across the installation and local communities.

In addition, mask wear is not required indoors with the exception of the hospital in accordance with new DOD policy.

Healthcare professionals will continue to comply with mask-wear guidance. Patients, visitors and all others entering base healthcare facilities will continue to wear masks while in these facilities to reduce transmission of COVID-19.

All Eglin AFB personnel will continue to exercise diligence in personal hygiene and public health risk mitigation measures. These measures include:

  • Strict hygiene.
  • Regular cleaning of workplace common areas.
  • Gatherings are limited to 50 persons unless approved 
  • Wear masks in accordance with current guidance.
  • Physical distancing – maintaining at least a six-foot distance between individuals.
  • Stay at home when experiencing symptoms or illness, notify your supervision, and contact your primary care manager.

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