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WhitemanAFB declares Health Protection Condition Alpha

WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE CURRENT STATUS

Whiteman Air Force Base will be administering COVID vaccines to interested DoD cardholders and beneficiaries 18 years of age and older. Please see below for instructions on how to schedule your appointment.

UPDATE: Going forward starting the week of June 7, COVID vaccines will be offered on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays from 7:45 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. at the 509 Medical Clinic, Immunizations by Appointment Only. No Walk-ins. 

There are two ways to schedule your FIRST or SECOND DOSE COVID vaccines at the 509th Medical Group Clinic from 0730-1600.

Note:  To schedule appointments for a first or second dose of the COVID vaccine, please visit:  https://informatics-stage.health.mil/COVAX/

Members may also call (660) 687-4305/4307 to schedule their vaccination.

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Leave and Travel Policy

Whiteman Air Force Base is now considered green, which will allow for leave opportunities outside of the local area and expand the 1 hour travel limit on passes. All previous guidance on leave and passes are rescinded.  New guidance follows:

 

Travel within the local area:

- Airmen are clear to continue to take local leave or travel on a pass within a 1 hour radius of their residence, unrestricted with no additional steps.

 

Travel outside of 1 hour from primary residence:

Use https://globalepidemics.org/key-metrics-for-covid-suppression/ to fill out the  Risk Exposure Worksheet and detail the travel plans.

       

      1. Official Travel (I.e. TDY, Inbound PCS, Deployment)

                a. must be dispositioned by the public Health Office. Accomplished by Travel Risk Exposure Worksheet and forward to usaf.whiteman.509-mdg.mbx.public-health-office@mail.mil

         

        2. Leave and Leisure Travel

                a. If the area is in green or yellow, the travel is low-risk. If the area is in orange, the are is in moderate-risk. If the are is in red, the area is in high risk.

                b. Low and moderate-risk areas do not require Public Health disposition. If the area is high risk, submit the Form to your Unit Public Health Augmentee for disposition.

 

        3. Receive a pre-departure briefing from a supervisor (E-7 or above) then submit your travel documents through leaveweb to be approved or denied by your Squadron Commander or Squadron Deputy Commander. 

               a. For passes outside of the 1 hour, Airmen only require the worksheet and briefing. Supervisors will make the Squadron Commander aware if any member is travelling on pass to a high-risk area. 

 

Additional Notes:

-If leave is approved, travelers should continue to wear masks, frequently wash hands, and limit travel stops. Travelers should also continue to use hand sanitizer at gas stations, minimize dining at restaurants, and avoid large gatherings.

-DO NOT return to work after from returning from a pass or leave if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or feel you have been exposed to someone with COVID.

- If traveling to an overseas destination, make sure it is feasible. Although some nations may be "green", many have significant measures in place to fight COVID-19.

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