Skywrighter briefs: Face coverings required at multiple base locations

The Visitor Control Center and the Military Personnel Flight on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are requiring all customers to wear face coverings when receiving service. (File photo)

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The Visitor Control Center and the Military Personnel Flight on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are requiring all customers to wear face coverings when receiving service. (File photo)

Facilities requiring customers wear masks

The Visitor Control Center and the Military Personnel Flight on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base are requiring all customers to wear face coverings when receiving service. These coverings will not be provided by the locations, and customers not in compliance will not be granted entry to these facilities.

Also, if you ware teleworking, you must bring in an AFNET-enabled laptop to your appointment to ensure you can log in with your new card. Failure to do so will prevent network or VPN login.

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These measures do not replace the need for social distancing and efforts for minimize exposure, so customers are encouraged to maintain personal distance to the maximum extent possible and limit movement to essential travel only.

Face coverings required in Base Exchange, Commissary

Patrons at the Wright-Patterson Commissary and all Base Exchange facilities are required to wear face coverings to shop at these facilities.

Coverings will not be provided and shoppers who are without one will not be permitted to enter.

This action applies to all total Force military personnel, civilian employees and contractors, family members, retirees, retiree dependents and all others allowed access to base facilities.

The requirement for masks does not replace the need for physical distancing and efforts to minimize exposure. Individuals should maintain personal distance to the maximum extent possible and limit movement to essential travel only.

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