Coronavirus News Updates

U.S. European Command is committed to ensuring personnel and families across the European theater are informed and aware of the latest news and information concerning the Coronavirus outbreak. The information below is dedicated to USEUCOM news releases and updates

June 8, 2020 Update

The Secretary of Defense recently signed a memo, moving to a conditions-based, phased approach to personnel movement and travel. As of today, the following locations meet the conditions to lift travel restrictions, subject to the assessment of conditions at individual military installations within these areas. These criteria are: 1) removal of shelter-in-place orders or other travel restrictions 2) 14-day downward trajectory of flu-like and COVID-19-like symptoms; and 3) 14-day downward trajectory of new COVID-19 cases or positive tests. The secretaries of the military departments, commanders of the combatant commands, and the chief management officer will assess specific DOD installations, facilities, or locations under their purview.

U. S. (39)

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts

 

  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Dakota
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming

Host Nations (5)

  • Bahrain
  • Belgium
  • Germany
  • Japan
  • United Kingdom

More information on the update to the travel restrictions can be found here.

May 1, 2020 Update

(USEUCOM) remains steadfast in support of its Allies and partners fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, providing critically-needed, equipment and supplies. Maintaining a high level of readiness during the outbreak is paramount as USEUCOM exercises demonstrate strength and cooperation, enhancing regional stability, and operational readiness.

Over the past month, USEUCOM’s Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid (OHDACA) program has already provided over $100,000 of medical protective equipment and supplies to Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, and North Macedonia, NATO’s newest member, to help fill immediate humanitarian needs. The command is also processing over $400,000 in additional quick impact donations to other Allies and partners that will be delivered in the next month throughout Eastern Europe and the Trans Caucus region.

“Our operational readiness and interoperability require USEUCOM to continue to foster our European partnerships,” said U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Jessica Meyeraan, U.S. European Command’s deputy director of partnering, security cooperation and missile defense. “These partnerships enhance our ability to deliver a rapid and unified response to medical, planning, and logistical requirements alongside our Allies and partners.”

In just the past week, the command has come to the aid of three European Allied and partner nations, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Moldova.

  • USEUCOM provided Bosnia-Herzegovina critical medical supplies funded through the OHDACA.
  • USEUCOM provided critical medical supplies to the Montenegro, including three patient monitors, 210 infusion sets and an infusion pump.
  • USEUCOM provided humanitarian assistance to European partner Moldova. U.S. Ambassador Hogan met with Interior Minister Panel Voicu to donate equipment they will use to fight the virus.

The Illinois National Guard and USEUCOM’s State Partnership Program (SPP) coordinated a nine-member Polish military medical team support visit to Chicago, Illinois to assist healthcare professionals battling COVID-19.

USEUCOM’s ability to conduct military operations remains consistently strong despite the pandemic. This week, naval exercises took place with Allies in Albania and with the French naval air forces in the Bay of Biscay.

  • USS Porter conducted air defense exercises with the French navy Rafale-M fighter aircraft in the Bay of Biscay. Porter, forward-deployed to Naval Station Rota, Spain, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe.
  • The “Ghostriders” of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) participated in a nighttime aerial gunnery exercise with Albanian allied forces in Bizë. HSC 28, Det 1, Stationed at Naval Support Activity Naples, Italy, flew from Naples across the Adriatic Sea to Bizë to facilitate public relations between the two nations and militaries.

USEUCOM is committed to its NATO Allies and partners and stands ready to support the fight against COVID-19, while maintaining readiness and deterrence at all times. For more information about USEUCOM’s role in combating COVID-19, visit https://www.eucom.mil/coronavirus.


April 17, 2020 Update

As the global battle against COVID-19 wages on, U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) continues to actively support its Allies and partners fighting this pandemic, providing critically-needed, equipment and supplies.

In the past week, the command has come to the aid of four European Allied and partner nations, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lithuania and North Macedonia.

To support North Macedonia, the newest NATO member, the United States, through the U.S. Defense Department’s Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid (OHDACA) funding, donated personal protective equipment (PPE) to that country’s Ministry of Health as well as the Public Health Institute.

In Lithuania, the Office of Defense Cooperation coordinated the donation of critically-needed medical PPE to the Lithuanian Health Emergency Situation Center, an arm of the country’s Ministry of Health. That PPE is being used to support Lithuania’s temporary isolation centers to further protect its citizens against this highly contagious virus.

NATO and the U.S. military delivered critical medical and disinfectant supplies to aid Bosnia-Herzegovina’s fight against the pandemic. From masks and surgical gloves to disinfectant solutions, the supplies were delivered to the country’s Ministry of Security and funded through the U.S. Defense Department’s OHDACA efforts.

Essential medical PPE was delivered to Albania’s Ministry of Health and Social Protection to help safeguard the nation’s front-line healthcare workers. Part of that PPE donation was also directed to the Mother Teresa University Hospital Center in Tirana, Albania.

Further support to other nations across Europe continues to be swiftly coordinated by USEUCOM and NATO. Speaking to media about the support efforts, Gen. Tod D. Wolters, commander U.S. European Command conveyed that, “None of these events would have been possible without the trust and confidence and coordination between allies and partners. This is proof that the Alliance remains ready and capable to support one another in these tough, tough times of need.”

USEUCOM is committed to its NATO Allies and partners and stands ready to support the fight against COVID-19, while maintaining readiness and deterrence at all times. For more information about USEUCOM’s role in combating COVID-19, visit https://www.eucom.mil/coronavirus.

U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) is responsible for U.S. military operations across Europe, portions of Asia and the Middle East, the Arctic and Atlantic Ocean. USEUCOM is comprised of approximately 72,000 military and civilian personnel, and works closely with NATO Allies and partners. The command is one of two U.S. forward-deployed geographic combatant commands headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany.


April 6, 2020 Update

Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper issued guidance to the workforce on April 5 on the use of cloth face coverings. Effective immediately, all individuals on DoD property, installations, and facilities will wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of social distance in public areas or work centers. This guidance applies to all service members, DOD civilians, contractors, families (apart from residences on installations) and all other individuals on DOD property. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

For the guidance, visit https://media.defense.gov/2020/Apr/05/2002275059/-1/-1/1/DOD-GUIDANCE-ON-THE-USE-OF-CLOTH-FACE-COVERINGS.PDF.


March 27, 2020 Update

Stronger Together in the Fight Against COVID19

STUTTGART, Germany -- U.S. military and civilian personnel of U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) are working together with Allies and partners in the fight against the COVID19 outbreak. Social distancing, telework, and hygiene best practices are all in effect, in addition to being good neighbors in the countries where personnel live and work across Europe. USEUCOM is also active in supporting Allies and partners with their needs in addressing the public health crisis.

Men and women from the 86th Airlift Wing, out of Ramstein Air Base, Germany, transported an En-Route Patient Staging System (ERPSS) to Aviano AB, Italy March 20 for delivery to the Italian Ministry of Defense. A C-130J Super Hercules from the 37th Airlift Squadron delivered the mobile system that provided 10 patient holding/staging beds and supports a maximum throughput of 40 patients in a 24-hour period.

"This effort demonstrates our mutual support as we team together in response to this public health crisis," said Gen. Jeff Harrigian, commander, U.S. Air Forces Europe. "We are working closely with our Italian friends. It's our privilege to support the Italian response."

Units under U.S. Army Europe also took action to support the hardest-hit regions of Italy working with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency's Humanitarian Assistance Program to provide medical supplies and equipment to support the Italian government and Lombardy regional authorities. Working closely with the American Embassy Rome, soldiers of the 405th Army Field Support Brigade at U.S. Army Garrison Italy prepared hospital beds, mattresses, stretchers, bedside screens, adjustable IV poles, folding wheelchairs, medical cabinets and linens to deliver to the area in need.

Both of these missions demonstrated the strong collaboration with the American Embassy and Italian officials across the affected regions.

The ability to rapidly maneuver across Europe to provide relief and support to Allies and partners in need is no small task and requires strong relationships, trust and well established logistics and mobility processes to be in place. The recent missions and delivery of supplies to Italy demonstrated the long-standing partnership between the two countries necessary that allowed for the deliveries to happen.

"U.S. European Command and its components are proud to partner with our NATO Ally, Italy during this difficult time," said Rear Adm. Peter Stamatopoulos, USEUCOM's director of logistics. "We remain committed to doing everything we can to support Italy, and we value the strong military partnership we have with the Italian Ministry of Defense, led by Minister of Defense Lorenzo Guerini."

Regardless of the crisis, U.S. European Command is committed to its NATO Allies and partners and stands ready to support the fight against COVID19 while maintaining readiness and deterrence at all times.


March 25, 2020 Update

Humanitarian Assistance Program support to Italy

WIESBADEN, Germany – As part of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency's Humanitarian Assistance Program, U.S. Army Europe delivered medical supplies and equipment to support the battle against COVID-19 in the hard-hit Lombardy Region of Italy.

The Logistics Readiness Center-Italy, 405th Army Field Support Brigade, coordinated the load-out and delivery of hospital beds, mattresses, stretchers, bedside screens, adjustable IV poles, folding wheelchairs, medical cabinets, and linens from their location at U.S. Army Camp Darby in Livorno, Italy.

The delivery was conducted in coordination with the U.S. Mission to Italy, the Italian government, and Lombardy regional authorities.

"We take this public health crisis seriously and understand how important it is to come together during this challenging time," said Lt. Gen. Christopher G. Cavoli, Commanding General, U.S. Army Europe. "This mission is part of our ongoing efforts to fight COVID-19 and demonstrates the U.S commitment to our NATO ally and the people of Italy during this crisis."

DSCA leads the development and execution of security cooperation programs which advance U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives.  The DoD Humanitarian Assistance Program, managed by DSCA, makes available non-lethal excess property, including medical equipment and supplies, for donation to foreign allies and partners in times of crisis.

For more information, visit U.S. Army Europe.


March 21, 2020 Update

86th Airlift Wing transports En-Route Patient Staging System (ERPSS) to Italy

RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany – In response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, an 86th Airlift Wing C-130J Super Hercules out of Ramstein Air Base, Germany transported an En-Route Patient Staging System (ERPSS) to Aviano Air Base, Italy for delivery to the Italian Ministry of Defense. This mobile, or fixed system, provides 10 patient holding/staging beds and can support a maximum throughput of 40 patients in a 24-hour period.

“The COVID-19 pandemic requires that we work with our Allies and partners to meet the challenges together,” said Gen Jeff Harrigian, commander, U.S. Air Forces in Europe. “This effort demonstrates our mutual support as we team together in response to this public health crisis. We are working closely with our Italian friends, the Department of State and U.S. European Command to ensure we provide the right equipment in a safe and timely manner. It’s our privilege to support the Italian response, and our continued commitment reflects the values of the American people to provide assistance whenever and wherever it is needed.”

The ERPSS system comes with seven days of medical supplies, operates within two tents and can achieve initial operating capability within one hour of notification. This particular configuration includes a 15-day resupply pallet.

USAFE prepositioned the equipment at Aviano as a prudent measure to potentially support higher COVID-19 risk areas.

For more information, visit U.S. Air Forces in Europe.


March 20, 2020 Update

Remarks by General Wolters in a Press Briefing via Teleconference on COVID-19 Response:


March 15, 2020 Update

Message from the commander on COVID-19:

Monday reporting to work:

All service members and civilians assigned to Stuttgart area tenant units (ie. EUCOM, AFRICOM) and their subordinate commands, must contact their supervisors PRIOR to Monday morning about their work schedule for the week.

When reporting to work Monday, March 16, Soldiers will be at the gates asking a few preliminary health screening questions between 0730 and 1630, Monday to Friday,

Answering these questions will occur prior to guards checking identification. Depending on your answers, you may be directed to access post or toward healthcare facilities.

This may create some delays at the gates, so plan accordingly, be patient and flexible.


March 14, 2020 Update

This week a U.S. Army Europe Soldier tested positive with the COVID19 virus. This is the first U.S. Army case in Europe. The Soldier is at home in isolation and the command is taking steps to identify others who may have been in contact.

U.S. European Command takes the ongoing COVID19 outbreak seriously and continues to take precautionary measures to safeguard the health and security of its U.S. military, civilian employees and families by implementing the Department of Defense health protection guidance.

“We encourage everyone to use and reference official sources of information about the virus, as well as local installation social media platforms,” said U.S. European Command’s Surgeon, U.S. Navy Captain Mark Kobelja. “The health protection of our force is a top priority and we continue to work closely with our Allies and partners to support their precautionary health efforts.”


March 13, 2020 Update

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON DODEA-EUROPE SCHOOLS:

The military communities throughout Europe continue to work closely with their host nation partners on the evolving COVID-19 spread, closely monitoring the situation and are taking measures that will help mitigate the spread of the virus. One of the most important service partners involved in these discussions has been the leadership of the DoDEA school system.

To that end, over the past few days, and especially the past 48 hours, the USAREUR Commander has decided that DoDEA schools in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands will be closed beginning Monday, March 16.

Teachers in our schools are preparing to explain lesson plans and the mechanics of connecting to the digital learning environment to their students as those details become available. As we have found over the past couple of weeks, as the COVID situation has rapidly and unpredictably evolved, we have been reminded of the importance of clear and frequent communication. Your schools' principals and their teachers understand this and will be available to help your students and you to support you through and to navigate this challenging situation.

Garrison Commanders will make the decisions locally about Child and Youth Services.

Our priority remains the health and safety of our personnel and their family members, and we will continue to everything we can to mitigate the spread of the virus.

Stay informed by visiting the DoDEA Schools Coronavirus webpage: www.dodea.edu/Coronavirus.cfm


March 12, 2020 Update

As part of our ongoing effort to keep EUCOM personnel and their families updated on the latest Coronavirus news, we've added the following links to our “Links of Interest” section (to the right of your screen if you’re using a desktop computer; at the top of the page if using a mobile device):

Force Health Protection Guidance

Travel Restrictions for DoD Components

If you are a Tricare beneficiary, you can sign up for email updates on TRICARE-specific #COVID19 here: https://www.tricare.mil/coronavirus

Finally, yesterday, the Secretary of Defense announced new travel restrictions for 60 days for service members, DoD civilians and families traveling to, from, or through Level 3 locations, as designated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These restrictions are effective March 13. More information from the announcement can be found here: https://www.defense.gov/Newsroom/Releases/Release/Article/2109563/update-on-dod-covid-19-measures/


March 11, 2020 Update

After careful consideration and discussion with Allied and partner participants, Norwegian authorities have made the decision to cancel the remainder of Exercise Cold Response 20. The decision is a precautionary measure in response to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 and to protect the health and safety of all participants and local population. The health of our force continues to be a top priority and we are committed to maintaining mission readiness. 

We are working closely with our Norwegian Allies to manage the safe and orderly transition of our personnel. We appreciate the hard work that Norway has put in to making this exercise happen and we look forward to continued collaboration and opportunities to engage in the future.


March 7, 2020 Update

On Mar. 6, a U.S. Navy sailor stationed at Naval Support Activity Naples tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19), marking the first positive case of a U.S. service member in Europe. The member is currently restricted to their residence, receiving supportive and medical care in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and host nation guidelines.

Military health professionals are conducting a thorough contact investigation to determine whether any other personnel may have been exposed. Depending on the results of that investigation, additional precautionary measures may be taken.

Personnel that the service member immediately identified having close contact with have been notified and are in self-isolation at their residence.

U.S. European Command and U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa are committed to taking every measure possible to protect the health of our force. We remain in close coordination with Italian authorities, U.S. embassy, and public health authorities to ensure the well-being of our personnel and local population.


March 5, 2020 Update

As the command surgeon of U.S. European Command, I want to provide important information on 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). To date, none of our USEUCOM team or family members has contracted the virus. While that's great news, we're not out of the woods yet and we probably won't be for quite some
time. COVID-19 cases are growing in our theater, and we must take proactive measures to protect ourselves, our colleagues and our families. We're ambassadors for the United States and also members of the host nation local community. Everyone has a role to play in protecting yourself and our community from getting and spreading respiratory illnesses like COVID-19. Routinely washing your hands, staying home if you're sick, and cleaning common spaces often are just a few tips to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

The wider USEUCOM medical team is closely working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Department of Defense and U.S. Northern Command, which is the DoD lead for infectious illnesses. The USEUCOM website provides up-to-date news and guidance from CDC, U.S.
Embassies, and USEUCOM. Please check this and other official sources often.

The command surgeon team's priority for the theater is PREVENTION. We will continue to update you on:

  • How to prevent infection
  • What signs and symptoms to look for 
  • What to do if you think you have the virus

It's important to stay informed, be prepared, and above all else, stay calm. Help keep the theater healthy and also be good neighbors by doing your part.

As always, we continue to encourage you to visit these websites for the latest official information:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html
https://www.defense.gov/Explore/Spotlight/Coronavirus/
https://it.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/
https://www.eucom.mil/eucom-covid-19-updates


March 4, 2020 Update

The CDC has issued a Level 3 Travel Health Alert for Italy, recommending travelers avoid all non-essential travel: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/warning/coronavirus-italy 

USEUCOM continues to monitor the Coronavirus situation throughout Europe. We encourage all DOD personnel in impacted areas to monitor their command social media pages as well as the DOD, CDC and U.S. Embassy websites for the latest info.

Additionally, we've added the following Coronavirus informational videos to our Print and Video Resources section (found on the right side of this page):


March 2, 2020 Update

U.S. European Command continues to monitor the ongoing COVID 19 situation and encourages its personnel to adhere to CDC guidelines taking appropriate preventative measures and to stay informed utilizing command websites and social media updates.

Regularly planned USEUCOM exercises are moving along, with one exception; U.S. Army exercise Eagle Genesis, which was scheduled to take place in Israel in early March with approximately 300 U.S. Army paratroopers from 173rd Airborne Brigade from Vicenza, Italy. This exercise was canceled in coordination with the Israeli government as a precautionary measure in light of the COVID 19.

Currently there are no U.S. military members in the European theater affected by the COVID-19.

The decision to cancel Eagle Genesis is not associated with, nor impacts, the upcoming Juniper Cobra 20 exercise. We value our strong partnership with Israel and look forward to continuing our training together in the future.

As always, we continue to assess any potential impacts of COVID-19 on our training and operations in the USEUCOM theater.

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From the State Department: Reconsider travel to Italy due to a recent outbreak of COVID-19 Level 4 - Do Not Travel to: Lombardy and  Veneto due to the level of ommunity transmission of the virus and imposition of local quarantine procedures. Country-Specific nformation: Italy has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.

USEUCOM guidance from Feb. 28, 2020, for travel to the area remains the same.

For more information, please visit: https://it.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/

U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Italy COVID-19 webpage: https://it.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/

U.S. State Department Italy Travel Advisory webpage:
https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/italy-travel-advisory.html


Feb. 29, 2020 Update

The CDC has issued a Level 3 Travel Health Alert for Italy, recommending travelers practice enhanced precautions. For more information, visit:

U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Italy COVID-19 webpage: https://it.usembassy.gov/covid-19-information/

U.S. State Department Italy Travel Advisory webpage:
https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/italy-travel-advisory.html


Feb. 28, 2020 Update

U.S. European Command,  in close coordination with Italian officials and U.S. Embassy Rome, has directed that all non-essential travel to the Italian administrative region of Lombardy and surrounding towns of Bertonico, Castelgerundo, Casalpusterlengo, Castiglione d'Adda, Codogno, Fombio, Maleo, San Fiorano, Somaglia, and Terranova dei Passerini, and the town of Vo' Euganeo within the Veneto region is unauthorized.

The decision is part of an ongoing effort to minimize potential risks to U.S. European Command personnel and their families, and implement preventative measures for any potential impact of COVID-19 on U.S. European Command's operations. The force health protection of our military members is a top priority, and we will continue to keep everyone informed as information becomes available.

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Feb. 26, 2020 Update

There is currently NO MANDATORY QUARANTINE for DOD personnel or their families in Europe solely because they may have visited Italy recently. The only time a QUARANTINE would be mandated is if the individual(s) were in contact with a person who has a confirmed case of the Coronavirus.

ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING GUIDANCE:

  1. If, within the last 14 days, you had close contact with a suspected or confirmed case of the Coronavirus OR traveled to China, AND
  2. Are experiencing a cough, AND
  3. Have a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), STAY HOME -- DO NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL. 
  4. TRICARE beneficiaries should call the Nurse Advice Line at one of the following toll-free numbers based on your location: 
  • Bahrain: 800-06432
  • Belgium: 0800-81933
  • Germany: 0800-071-3516
  • Greece: 00-800-4414-1013
  • Italy: 800-979721
  • Spain: 900-82-2740
  • Turkey: 00-800-44-882-5287
  • UK: 0800-028-3263

*** To access the Nurse Advice Line (NAL) from a cell phone in Europe you must first call your clinic appointment line and choose the option for the Nurse Advice Line.*** 

      5.  Non-TRICARE beneficiaries should contact their primary care provider for advice.

If you do NOT meet ALL THREE of the above criteria, but you have symptoms of upper respiratory infection, call your primary care provider for advice. 

DOD personnel and their family members should monitor their command social media pages as well as the DOD, CDC and U.S. Embassy websites for the latest information. 

PREVENTIVE MEASURE TIPS/GUIDELINES:
There are simple everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses:

  • Avoid seasonal influenza by getting your annual influenza shot from your healthcare provider.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Stay home while you are sick.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds OR use alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

LINKS:
Army Public Health Center: https://phc.amedd.army.mil/…/dise…/Pages/2019-nCoVChina.aspx 
Defense Department: https://www.defense.gov/Explore/Spotlight/Coronavirus/
U.S. Centers for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html
World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergen./diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
U.S. Embassy: https://www.usembassy.gov/


Feb. 24, 2020 Update

USEUCOM continues to monitor the Coronavirus situation throughout Europe. We encourage all DOD personnel in impacted areas to monitor their command social media pages as well as the DOD, CDC and U.S. Embassy websites for the latest info.

USEUCOM medical professionals are working daily with appropriate organizations to monitor the situation in Europe, coordinate the latest guidance from DOD and CDC, and distribute messaging to our personnel throughout the European theater as it becomes available.

For more information, please visit: