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Note: This guidance was created for the Naval Postgraduate School population.  If you are from another command, the information provided here may be useful for you but it is also highly recommended that you check with your command safety office for any special guidance or considerations.

 

If you are concerned check your symptoms 
Status: NSA Monterey Current Condition Levels: HPCON BPH III Respond

 

COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION LEVEL Monterey: HIGH

NPS Requires: per current community transmission level and in accordance with President’s DirectionForce Health Protection Guidance Supplement 17 and Updated Mask Guidance from DepSec 28Jul2021:

  • Fully Vaccinated:

    • Masks Indoors

  • Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated are required to:

    • Wear masking indoors
    • Maintain Physical distancing of 6ft, and
    • must wear mask outdoors as well if distancing cannot be maintained.
Safety Personnel Procedures and Information Links

NAVY GUIDANCE: All NAVY COVID-19 guidance, with summaries:

  •  NAVADMIN 099/21 – U.S. NAVY COVID-19 STANDING GUIDANCE

    • Standing Guidance of everything COVID:
    • Bubble,  Vaccinated etc…
    • Vaccinated / Deferred
    • Close Contacts and procedures for Close Contacts
    • Pre-deployment screening and ROM sequester.
    • Underway health protection measures by ship class
    • CIV  and CTR personnel must follow ….
    • Port visits / procedures
    • Testing / Sentinel testing
    • Vaccine ordering and administration
  •  NAVADMIN 110/21 – U.S NAVY COVID-19 STANDING GUIDANCE UPDATE 1

    • Update Paragraph 7 of U.S. NAVY COVID-19 STANDING GUIDANCE : Provision of Crew Health information during Port Visits.

  •  NAVADMIN 059/21 USE OF MASKS AND OTHER PUBLIC HEALTH MEASURES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC (dated 10 Mar 2021)

  •  NAVADMIN 095/21 INTERIM UPDATE ON DOD MASK GUIDANCE (dated 14 May 2021)- Face Coverings

  •  NAVADMIN 277/20 CCIR requirements: 

    • OPREP- NB required for 1.  COVID Death 2. Media interest events 3. Outbreaks at sea 4. Significant Operational impacts.  All other COVID reporting completed via OPNAV SharePoint Site.

  •  NAVADMIN 115/20 Reporting requirements: 

    • Details content and format for COVID Related OPREP- 3 NB.  Definitions for reporting categories.

 

 

COVID-19: An Illustrated Scientific Summary 

Video Created and Produced by Yale Neuroscience Ph.D. Student Clara Liao 

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Publication: Secretary’s Message to the Force August 9, 2021

            For Service Members: The Secretary of Defense, will seek the President's approval to make the vaccines mandatory no later than mid-September, or immediately upon the U.S. Food and Drug Agency (FDA) licensure, whichever comes first.

            In the meantime, we will comply with the President's direction* regarding additional restrictions and requirements for unvaccinated Federal personnel. Those requirements apply to those of you in uniform as well as our civilian and contractor personnel.          

*President's direction referenced:

Answers to FAQ from the President’s direction: https://www.saferfederalworkforce.gov/faq/

Summary:

  • Federal agencies need to ask about the vaccination status of Federal employees and onsite contractors—employees and onsite contractors must sign an attestation confirming their vaccination status, or they will be treated as not fully vaccinated for purposes of safety protocols. Federal agencies also must establish a program to test not fully vaccinated Federal employees and onsite contractors weekly or twice-weekly.

  • Those Federal employees and onsite contractors who are not fully vaccinated or decline to provide their vaccination status must wear a mask, regardless of community transmission level, physically distance, and comply with a weekly or twice-weekly screening testing requirement, and are subject to Government-wide restrictions on official travel.

  • Visitors must provide information on their vaccination status and comply with the requisite safety protocols. Visitors who are not fully vaccinated or decline to provide their vaccination status must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test from no later than the previous 3 days prior to entry to a Federal building or in-person participation in a Federally hosted meeting, event, or conference. The requirement to provide information on vaccination status and a negative COVID-19 test does not apply to members of the public entering a Federal building or Federal land to obtain a public service or benefit. If they are not fully vaccinated, these visitors must comply with all relevant CDC guidance, including wearing a mask and physically distancing from other people.

Updated Mask Guidance from DepSec 28Jul2021 In areas of substantial or high community transmission, DoD requires all Service members, Federal employees, onsite contractor employees, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a mask in an indoor setting in installations and other facilities owned, leased or otherwise controlled by DoD.

COVID 19 DoD and Navy Consolidated Guidance

NPS Vaccine Planning

MONTEREY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Presidio of Monterey COVID-19 Information

Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSAM) COVID-19 Base status information 

Important Numbers:

  • Emergencies: (831) 656-2555 (CNRSW Regional Dispatch Center) or Dial 911 (Monterey County 911 System).
  • N3 Operations: Security Officer (831) 656- 2236

  • Safety: 831-656-7758

  • HAZMAT: 831-656-7661

  • Emergency Operations Center: 831-656-2822

  • Facilities Trouble Desk: 831-656-2526

  • NPS Command Duty Officer (CDO): 831-901-6649

  • CALMED Public Health: 831-242-4826 or 831-234-9510

  • Monterey County Health Department COVID-19 Hotline: 831.769-8700 or 831.755.4521

  • HRO: HRO@nps.edu

 

 

 

 

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COMMUNITY TRANSMISSION LEVEL DEFINITIONS

  LOW MODERATE SUBSTANTIAL HIGH
Cases per 100k - 7-day total 0 – 9 10 – 49 50 – 99 100 or more
Viral (RT-PCR) lab test positivity rate - 7 day average 0.0% – 4.9% 5.0% – 7.9% 8.0% – 9.9% 10.0% or more
  • County Current StatusCDC COVID Data Tracker 
    • Information on this site: Level of community Transmission, Cases, Deaths, Hospitalization usage, Vaccinations 
Safety COVID19 Links