Fort Hunter Liggett is at HPCON Charlie and we are tightly controlling access to, and the utilization of, our facilities and ranges. We have closed a majority of our FMWR facilities and services. Our visitor center is also closed and all vetting is conducted at Bradley Gate (main gate) with the heightened measures being in effect for all personnel entering the Installation.

IF YOU ARE SICK, PLEASE STAY HOME AND CALL YOUR DOCTOR. People exhibiting a fever will not be allowed on post.

Facilities and services that remain open are:

•             All Directorate of Emergency Services facilities and services – fire, police and dispatch

•             Emergency Operations Center

•             Gas station for individuals who have post access and residents

•             AAFES Troop Store (PX) with a limit placed on number of patrons allowed in at a time and social distancing measures

•             The Commissary with a limit placed on the number of patrons allowed in at a time and quantity limits for certain high demand items. Access is also limited to Service Members and their dependents with valid ID cards, Retirees, VA Benefits ID Card Holders, residents of FHL in government housing, and other authorized patrons.

•             The Bowling Alley is still open but for take-out food only. Check the FMWR Website for further details and special offers: http://fhlfmwr.com/

•              Public roads remain open for thru-traffic.

CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19)

WHAT THE GOVERNMENT IS DOING

MONTEREY COUNTY RESOURCES

Monterey County Office of Emergency Services
Monterey County Health Department
Monterey Co. Health Order Mandatory Face Covering

SAN LUIS OBISPO RESOURCES

San Luis Obispo County Health Department
ReadySLO.org

CITY OF KING CITY 

CITY OF PASO ROBLES

STATE OF CALIFORNIA RESOURCES

California Department of Public Health

JOHNS HOPKINS OUTBREAK MAP

CALIFORNIA OUTBREAK MAP

HPCON DEFINITIONS

ARMY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE

US ARMY RESERVE COVID-19 PAGE

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL 

Army Coronavirus Page

Government Response to COVID-19

THE WHITE HOUSE

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

DoD Rumor Control

FEMA RUMOR CONTROL

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Q&A

 

CAMP PARKS (PRFTA) RESOURCES
 

BAY AREA RESOURCES

Alameda County Health Department
Contra Costa County Health Department
Emergency Preparedness Resource Guide
Shelter-in-Place Explained
Alameda County Shelter-in-Place Order