a. COVID-19 Positive: Personnel will not enter the installation for 5 calendar days from the date of the positive test. Follow the return procedures below and notify their supervisor.
b. Symptomatic (Regardless of Vaccination Status): Personnel who have signs or symptoms consistent with COVID-19 will not enter DoD facilities.4 DoD personnel must notify their supervisor. Contractor personnel report cases consistent with employer’s policies. Personnel who develop any signs or symptoms consistent with COVID-19 while on the installation must immediately distance from other personnel, wear a face mask if they are not already wearing one (regardless of Community Level), notify their supervisor, and promptly leave the installation.
c. Asymptomatic Exposure to COVID-19: Personnel in the workplace with exposure to a person who has a lab-confirmed, clinically diagnosed, or presumptive case will notify their supervisor. Contractors follow their employer’s notification policy. Wear a mask indoors on the installation for 10 calendar days from the date of their exposure (i.e., day 0), even if masking is not otherwise required by guidance. Servicemembers in the workplace must test using a self-screen or laboratory test at least once after 5 calendar days following exposure.
d. Returning to the Installation: Personnel who test positive for COVID-19 will remain away from the installation for 5 calendar days. Individuals may enter the installation after 5 calendar days, if either: (1) they have no symptoms, or (2) they are no longer feverish for more than 24 hours with remaining symptoms are resolving. Personnel returning to the installation who tested positive must wear a mask indoors if 10 calendar days has not passed since they tested positive.