What do I do if I'm feeling ill?
If you are feeling sick, call the USFK Novel Coronavirus 24-hour hotline at Brian D. Allgood Army Community Hospital (BDAACH): 050-3337-2556 (mobile to DSN), 737-2556 (DSN) and the Korean CDC hotline number at 1339. Before going to a hospital or clinic emergency room, please call ahead and let them know of your symptoms as well as possible contacts with the virus.
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Daegu Elementary and Middle High School
Online learning will resume at Daegu Middle High School and Elementary School. For information about your child's online assignments, please contact the school.
Please check out the new DoDEA website with resources for teachers, parents and students. The site includes information on mitigation measures, links to the forms, videos made by the students, and other video links for hand washing and social distancing. The website is best viewed on a non-DoD server because YouTube access has been temporarily blocked to allow enough bandwidth for all teleworkers.
Military Family Life Counselors and Behavioral Health
Soldier, civilians and Family members, if you are having some difficulties dealing with stress please contact our Military Family Life Consultants (MFLC) at: MFLC Daegu Elementary School - 010-6445-6463
MFLC Camp Henry/Walker - 010-4965-0644 MFLC
2-1 ADA Embedded - 010-5960-3287
The Camp Carroll MFLC position is currently vacant but you are welcome to contact other MFLCs (exception would be the DES MFLC for Elementary School only).
For a Camp Carroll or Walker Behavioral Health representative, please contact the BH front desk at DSN 737-4784 (cell: 050-337-4784).
*Virtual appointments are available.
Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation
The Child Development Center is open with limited slots. Priority will be given to dual military parents, dual working parents(civilian or military) and single working parents. Other slots will be filled by request and on a space by space basis. School Age Service is also available under the same circumstances and will be co-located in the same building as the CDC until further notice.
All FMWR dining operations are now open for sit-down dining.
SOFA stamps can be taken care of by the legal office on Camp Walker. Call DSN 763-4423 or civilian 0503-363-4423 to make an appointment and find out what you need to bring with you. To make things simpler for our community members affected by the Army's Stop Movement orders, the Garrison Commander has signed a memo which legal with present to the local immigration office that covers everyone whose SOFA stamps are expiring, starting March 1, but didn't depart due to the Stop Movement. This alleviates the need for every individual to provide orders to legal as part of the SOFA extension process. Area IV community members whose SOFA stamps expire in March, should contact the Legal Assistance Office now for appointments, and community members with SOFA stamps expiring in April should contact the Legal Office in April, and so on. The idea is to stagger clients so as not to bottleneck the process all at once.
Commissaries have resumed normal operating hours. The Camp Walker commissary will close on Mondays and the carroll commissary will close on Wednesdays. As a reminder, procedures for masks and hand sanitation are still in place.
The Exchanges are open regular hours. Takeout is available - no dining in. The Exchanges are also offering military shoppers an option to buy online and pickup in their stores, further enforcing social distancing. Go to ShopMyExchange, click on what you need and select the “Pick Up in Store” option. For more information, call the Camp Walker Main Exchange at 050-3364-4638.