Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)                                                                                     Last Updated: 13 July 2020
 
2019-nCoV
COVID-19 is a newly identified viral respiratory disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is responsible for a large pneumonia outbreak in Hubei Province, China resulting in the exportation of cases globally. On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the global outbreak of COVID-19 a Pandemic (global spread of a new disease) due to virus sustainment on more than six continents, exceeding 120,000 infected persons worldwide. Public health measures have been implemented and continue to be executed in hopes of viral containment such as government orders, telework and masking protocols.

As many orders for states and regions begin to expire a three-phased approach was designed to provide guidelines while transitioning towards reopening the country. Many states have initiated Phase I and criteria has been outlined in the three-pronged approach in an effort to mitigate risk of resurgence while protecting the most vulnerable populations. Before proceeding to a phased opening, data-driven conditions for each state or region will need to be satisfied. Criteria is amenable based on local circumstances in order to meet the intent of the next phase. As restoration of the economy and the navigation of a “new normal” begins best practices (i.e. social distancing, masking, hand hygiene) should continue to be followed to minimize risk of transmission and prevent resurgence of the disease.

Multiple platforms continue to be used to aide in global support efforts while health protection measures continue to be assessed to ensure the well-being and safety of the population.

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) continues to monitor the situation daily and will continue to provide updates.

 

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 | COVID-19 Forms and Guidance

REOPENING
 
Guidance

 

Infrmative Tabs

 

✤NEW COVID-19 Risk Mapping (CAC-Enabled)

✤NEW DoD Travel Restrictions: Green Locations (29 JUNE 20):

✤NEW Guidance for Underway Evaluation and Management of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

✤NEW Force Health Protection Guidance (Supplement 11)- Department of Defense Guidance for Coronavirus Disease 2019 Surveillance and Screening with Testing

✤NEW Force Health Protection Guidance (Supplement 10)- Department of Defense Guidance for Coronavirus Disease 2019 Clinical Laboratory Diagnostic Testing Services

✤NEW Force Health Protection Guidance (Supplement 9)- Department of Defense Guidance for Deployment and Redeployment of Individuals and Units during the COVID-19 Pandemic

✤NEW Secretary of Defense Memorandum- Transition to Conditions-based Phased Approach to COVID-19 Personnel Movement and Travel Restrictions

✤NEW Secretary of Defense Memorandum- Guidance for Commanders on Risk-Based Changing of Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Levels During the COVID-19 Pandemic

✤NEW Secretary of Defense Memorandum- Pentagon Reservation Plan for Resilience and Aligning with National Guidelines for “Opening Up America Again”

✤NEW Department of Defense Education Activity (DODEA) School Guidance

✤NEW CDC Guidance Documents

Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (Max.gov users only). : BUMED COVID-19 Homepage.

CDC Situation Summaries : CDC is regularly updating their situation summaries as information becomes available. Updated guidance is also posted on this webpage.

WHO Situation Dashboard :This interactive dashboard/map provides the latest global numbers and numbers by country of COVID-19 cases on a daily basis.

WHO Situation Reports : The WHO is providing detailed reports on the situation, country preparedness and response activities, and a map of cases as presented below.


 

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CDC Travel Health Notices : CDC warning levels are changing regularly for affected areas including Malaysia, South Korea, Iran, Italy, Japan, Hong Kong, and Mongolia.

 

 
    Level 3 Travel Health Notice: Widespread ongoing transmission with restrictions on entry to the United States

CDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to the following destinations. Most foreign nationals who have been in one of these countries during the previous 14 days will not be allowed to enter the United States.

    Level 3 Travel Health Notice: Widespread ongoing transmission without restrictions on entry to the United States

CDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to all global destinations:

    Level 2 Travel Health Notice: Ongoing community transmission

CDC recommends that older adults and people of any age with serious chronic medical conditions should consider postponing nonessential travel to most global destinations.

 
    Level 1 Travel Health Notice: Limited community transmission

CDC recommends travelers practice usual health precautions recommended for their destination.

 

Information for Medical, Fleet and Operational Forces

COVID-19 Toolbox (CAC users only): provides guidance and tools for planning and implementing preparation and response measures to on board ships to ensure rapid response capabilities. Resources are continuing to be added and updated regularly to provide the most accurate and updated information for use.

To maintain continued mission readiness ensure standard Force Health Protection measures are implemented to limit the spread of respiratory infections like COVID-19, including handwashing, cough etiquette, and social distancing. Best practices for preventing the spread of illnesses like COVID-19 can be found at the CDC Prevention and Treatment page

COVID-19 Reporting: Timely reporting is essential to enabling rapid implementation of control measures and limiting the spread of disease. In addition to operational reporting requirements, report suspect cases immediately to the Senior Medical Officer (SMO) and ensure infection control precautions are rapidly executed. Additionally, report suspected cases via the Disease Reporting System internet (DRSi) using the diagnosis "COVID-19" and fill out as many of the questions as possible. To request a DRSi account, refer to NMCPHC’s DRSi Webpage. If operating in an environment with limited internet connectivity, report via phone or email to your nearest Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit (NEPMU).

NEPMU Threat Assessment: NEPMUs conduct country threat assessments regularly. For pre-deployment information, case investigation support, risk assessment, and assistance in obtaining definitive laboratory testing contact your NEPMU.

Medical Surveillance: Operational units should have a routine surveillance plan that describes daily review of sick call visits for Influenza-like illness (ILI) and febrile respiratory disease symptoms to identify important disease clusters or potential outbreaks. Units may consider conducting Disease Non-Battle Injury (DNBI) surveillance using the DNBI templates from NMCPHC’s DNBI Surveillance webpage.

 
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