COVID-19 Updates for Washington ANG April 8, 2020 (16:10) Please consider the following guidance, received from the JOC, when providing volunteer names: -members MUST NOT be high risk or have high risk family members living with them -be prepared for 31 days (may be able to break into smaller rotations) -members out of the area will be provided lodging and per diem -NO AGRs - NO PAPR/ITRM qualified - NO child care issues - NO first responders, NO civilian medical providers March 20, 2020 (21:00) Added Public Health Emergency Child care restrictions to Useful links March 20, 2020 (16:30) Added PCS and J1 Policy White Paper to Useful Links March 20, 2020 (11:00) Useful links updated with NGB commander letter, Adjutant General letter and Current Physical Fitness Testing policy. March 18, 2020 (06:30) Travel Restrictions explained for different Air National Guard Statuses. (Click to See) March 17, 2020 (21:50) Letter to 141 ARW Airmen and families from Colonel Larry Gardner and Chief Master Sergeant Brandon Ives (Click to See) March 16, 2020 (19:00) Useful Links updated with letter from SECAF, and U.S. Government links to the overall response and official government information websites. March 16, 2020 (16:10) Useful Links updated with fact sheets on how to manage stress during the COVID-19 outbreak. March 15, 2020 (14:15) Travel Restrictions link updated with DoD Frequently Asked Questions pertaining to Department of Defense Travel Restrictions. March 13, 2020 (1600) New Fairchild ID Card Scanning Policy Effective Tuesday, 17 March, Fairchild Security Forces will institute a new ID Card scanning policy at the gates. As you enter the gate please hold onto your card and show both the front of the ID, then reverse the ID and show the barcode on the back to the gate personnel. The guard will then scan the ID and allow entrance to the installation. This process must be repeated for every passenger in the vehicle and is intended to help reduce the amount of personal contact.