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Please monitor our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Luke56thFW/) for up-to-date information.

 

Travel Guidance

DoD Instructions

Personnel traveling for PCS, TDY or deployments who travel through Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) or Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA-TAC) Patriot Express terminals may be selected for random, rapid COVID-19 testing. A negative test at this location does fulfill international requirements to provide documentation of a test within 48-72 hours of arrival in country.

 

For the latest DoD guidance regarding travel restrictions, reference the following website: https://www.defense.gov/Explore/Spotlight/Coronavirus/Latest-DOD-Guidance/

 

56th Fighter Wing Leave Policy

As we continue to fight through COVID-19, unit commander approval is required for military personnel taking leave or passes (to include weekend or other non-duty day regular passes) outside of the State of Arizona. The 56th Fighter Wing is aligned with DoD guidance regarding travel. A Travel Risk Assessment tool is available via the Wing SharePoint site (accessible on DoD network computers): https://usaf.dps.mil/sites/aetc-luk/lukecovid/SitePages/Home.aspx

56th Medical Group

Individuals concerned about COVID-19 who are experiencing a fever of >100.4, cough, or shortness of breath are asked to call Central Appointments at 623-856-2273. If after duty hours, you may contact the Nurse Advice Line at 1-800-874-2273. The 56th Medical Group will book a same day virtual appointment to be triaged. Patients will not be tested for COVID-19 until they have been triaged by our healthcare professionals. 
 
Pharmacy: Satellite Pharmacy available for drive thru only from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
 
For the latest medical-related information updates to COVID-19 specific to Luke Air Force Base, follow the 56th Medical Group Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Luke56MDG/.

Use of Face Coverings Guidance 

 In line with the CDC and the Secretary of Defense, AETC leaders have directed all individuals on AETC installations to wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of physical distancing in public areas or work centers. Various cloth items worn as face coverings—scarves, t-shirts, neck gaiters, neck warmers, balaclavas, etc.— may be acceptable as long as they are functional, cleaned and maintained.

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Local Mask Policies

Click here to see which cities require a mask in public spaces.

Click here to read the regulations requiring face coverings in Maricopa County.

Click here to see the compiled list of key community actions on face coverings.

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