In light of the rapid spread of COVID-19, here are some precautions and resources to be aware of as the situation continues to develop. If you, or your family, are experiencing potential symptoms, you call your health care to determine if you are need of medical intervention. Calling first is a necessary precaution to help contain he spread of the virus. The list of symptoms for COVID-19, according to the CDC includes:
These symptoms may appear as soon two days and as many as 14 days after exposure. As the numbers of cases in the United States continues to rise, it is important to limit close interaction with others when possible. Please follow your state and local news and guidance for specific information on travel restrictions, lockdowns, and closures.
Military OneSource provides a comprehensive list of resources and information for military members and DoD civilians.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): https://www.coronavirus.gov
U.S. Government Response: https://www.usa.gov/coronavirus
Center for Disease Control: https://cdc.gov/coronavirus
Department of Defense: https://www.defense.gov/coronavirus
The emotional and mental well-being of Marines and their families continues to be priority for MCCS. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, MCCS has modified many operating procedures to meet current and emergent needs.
Due to the spread and effects of the coronavirus, the Marine Corps 17.75 Run is canceled. Read more about what registrants can expect here.