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Read the latest answers to our most Frequently asked questions by clicking on the links below. The FAQ's are continously being updated to provide you with the latest knowledge on the situation.

Q: What HPCon level is NTC as of 16 March 2020?
A: Level C+
Q: Currently, what type of screening process is in place at the front gate?
A: Precautionary medical screening has been implemented.
Q: Can relatives friends visit from off post/other states?
A: Access control procedures have changed.  Please review the policy that was put in place on 6 April 2020 that is posted both on the website and NTC Facebook.
Q: Are Military Balls canceled?
A: Yes
Q: Will common areas like gyms, restaurants, movie theaters, bowling alleys, church, etc. be closed/canceled and, if so, for how long?
A: The NTC and Fort Irwin is using a conditions based process to begin re-opening some services and facilities.  Please see our "Weekly Update" ​​for the most recent openings and operating hours. 
Q: Are the current and future RTU’s restricted to the RUFMA/RUBA?
A: Yes, per Order 20-108 published on 13 March 2020
Q: Are any rotations canceled/postponed or altered?
A: Rotation 20-07 is cancelled.  Rotation 20-08.5 will occur as scheduled, rotation 20-08 is rescheduled to the 20-09 timeslot.
Q: Does Weed Army Community Hospital have any COVID-19 test kits?
A: Yes, WACH does have COVID-19 test kits.
Q: Are there purchase limits at the Commissary?
A: The commisary recently lifted some of the limitations, current restrictions are based on supply chain limitations and increased demand.
Q: Who has to wear face masks and where do they need to wear them?
A: NTC leadership has mandated that everyone entering in any food establishment, commissary or the PX must were a face covering. Due to the chemicals used to make the military uniform, old uniforms should not be used to make face mask. Soldiers should use the neck gators that were issued to them. Civilians can use any type of face covering.

View all of the COVID-19 Related Memorandums below