Updated 8/2/2021

Effective Tuesday, August 3, masks are required for entry into any facility aboard MCAS Yuma.

Per DoD guidance in areas of substantial or high community transmission, ALL PERSONNEL—vaccinated and unvaccinated—are required to wear a mask in indoor settings aboard the installation. This applies to all service members, dependents/beneficiaries (retirees), federal employees, onsite contractor employees, and visitors.

View DoD Mask Guidance for All DoD Installations

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Help keep those around you safe by washing your hands, cough/sneeze into your elbow, don't touch your face, stay more than 6 ft away from others, and stay home if you feel sick. For tips on protecting yourself, visit, www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/.

If you are a Service Member experiencing flu-like symptoms or any upper respiratory condition, fever, cough, and shortness of breath call Medical at 928-269-2700 (option 2) during working hours or 1-800-TRICARE after working hours. Ensure that your chain of command is informed of your current condition. Please follow these measures before taking other actions such as go to the local hospital (if you are infected you risk spreading the virus to others seeking medical treatment) or going to public spaces. There are three categories below that reflect those most at risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19. As well, below are the appropriate measure to take to help prevent the spread of the disease.

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