**Page last updated July 15, 2021 at 1:40 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time
**Due to the rapidly changing situation, the below links are provided to ensure centralized lanes of information are being shared from official sources. These links are being constantly updated. For questions outside the scope of the guidance, please refer to your chain of command.
ATTENTION!! New Department of the Air Force Travel Guidelines: COVID testing not provided at APOE locations but still required. Click here for more details.
The Department of Defense (DoD) is implementing Force Health Protection actions. These actions are necessary to ensure mission readiness for our forces and their families.
We encourage all DoD personnel to follow the Force Health Protection guidance and supplements as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.
The primary goal of DoD is to preserve the ability of our servicemen and women to provide for national defense and current worldwide military missions.
This is a dynamic situation and DoD will adapt to the situation to ensure that we can accomplish our assigned missions.
PACAF HQ Personnel and Families:
COVID-19 vaccinations are open, the following website can be used to schedule appointments for vaccinations: https://www.operationcovidshot.com/
HQ PACAF is continually adjusting the ROM policy and specifying testing requirements. Due to the constant change in requirements, all HQ PACAF DoD military arriving to Hawaii, either from leave or due to a PCS, need to contact their unit to get the latest guidance on COVID-19 ROM policies.
Local State of Hawaii updates: https://hawaiicovid19.com/ and https://health.hawaii.gov/news/covid-19-updates/ where you can also sign up for email updates from the Hawaii Department of Health.
Local Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam updates: https://www.facebook.com/15thWing/ and https://twitter.com/JointBasePHH
U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Guidance:
The Secretary of Defense signed a memo to transition to a conditions-based phased approach to personnel movement and travel restrictions. While the COVID-19 pandemic still presents risk to DOD Service members, their families, and our civilian workforce, improving conditions warrant a transition in our approach to domestic and overseas personnel travel to a conditions-based, phased approach to personnel movement and travel.
HQ USINDOPACOM and USINDOPACOM facilities COVID-19 health protection protocols and procedures remain unchanged. They include:
USINDOPACOM will continue to enforce strict hygiene procedures and implement home quarantine/isolation procedures as required. The Command's top priority is to preserve the ability of our servicemen and women to provide for national defense and current worldwide military missions. The bottom line, we must Protect our People and Preserve Readiness.
As a reminder, if you are feeling ill with fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please contact your medical provider or the TRICARE Nurse Advise Line at 800-874-2273.
*For additional information from Indo-Pacific Command, visit their website here.
Personnel are encouraged to follow the DoD Coronavirus website here.
For information on PT testing, Enlisted Professional Military Education, Enlisted Promotions or other personnel questions, log in to you myPers account and click on their COVID-19 webpage.
U.S. Forces Japan and U.S. Forces Korea:
For the most up-to-date information on U.S. Forces Japan, visit their website, here.
For the most up-to-date information on U.S. Forces Korea, visit their website, here.
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