WPAFB adjusts to new way to work during fight against COVID-19

As Wright-Patterson Air Force Base moves into a new way to work, whether that be just mission essential or from home, military and civilian Airmen alike are doing their best to get used to the new landscape at home and on base.

In some places that means keeping a safe social distance of 6 feet away from one another; in others it means working from home to ‘flatten the curve’ of the amount of people who catch the virus.

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The ripples are easily seen across the base with empty parking lots and a screening process for those who wish to enter the Wright-Patterson Medical Center.

Wright-Patterson does its part to keep patrons and workers safe.

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