The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America
By The White HouseMarch 17, 2020
In addition to the guidance provided in these graphics, please visit the resources below:The Army is committed to ensuring the health and safety of our Soldiers, family members, retirees and civilians both at home and abroad. We are taking precautionary measures to protect the health of the force and maintain operational readiness. We will continue to evaluate current day-to-day operations to ensure the safety of all of our Soldiers, family members and civilian personnel.Read: The Army's Commitment to Health Protection: A message to the force from Army Senior LeadersHere are three sources of very important information. We recommend you bookmark these sites and check them often.For information on how to protect yourself or if you think you are sick, please visit the Center for Disease Control.For information on how the Government is responding to COVID19, please visit USA.Gov/coronavirus.For information on the Department of Defense response and announcements, please visit Defense.gov's Coronavirus Guidance Page.
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