MCAS Beaufort set to return to normal work routine

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From staff reports

According to a May 15 letter from Colonel Timothy P. Miller, USMC, the Commanding Officer of Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, civilians will return to their normal work routines on Tuesday, May 26 and military personnel will do the same the following day.

This change is a result of a downward trend of COVID-19 cases on a state and local level, according to the letter.

The Public Health Emergency Officer, along with medical professionals and department heads, will inspect work spaces that normally contain more than to employees. Procedures will be identified to guarantee that CDC guidelines are maintained and employees remain safe.

Maintaining six feet of social distancing and wearing a mask will be adhered to by MCAS personnel.

“Return to a normal work routine does not constitute relaxed standards on mitigation efforts that have kept us successful during this pandemic,” Miller writes.

Personnel are to reach out to supervisors if they have any questions during this pandemic.

“Our goal is to remain transparent in our efforts, while meeting the mission and keeping the health and safety of all Air Station personnel a priority,” Miller closes.

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