CDC illustration of coronavirus

COVID-19

U.S. Pacific Fleet is focused on protecting our Sailors, civilian employees and families; preventing spread of the virus; and ensuring warfighting readiness.

HPCON CHARLIE

Understand the Health Protection Condition levels

Coronavirus.gov

Know how to prepare and protect yourself, and what to do if you think you’re sick

USA.gov

Learn about the U.S. government’s response to the coronavirus

Training & Advancement

Travel & PCS

Telework

CNO Message to the Fleet

U.S. Navy (May 6)

USS Theodore Roosevelt prepares to return to sea

U.S. Pacific Fleet (April 29)

Navy Updates ID Card Guidance

U.S. Navy (April 21)

USS Theodore Roosevelt's Clean Fight

U.S. Pacific Fleet (April 15)

USNS Mercy accepts first patients in Los Angeles

U.S. Pacific Fleet (March 29)

Hospital ship USNS Mercy arrives in Los Angeles

U.S. Pacific Fleet (March 27)

Navy increasing health protection measures on installations to fight COVID 19

U.S. Navy (March 20)

U.S. Fleet Forces Command has elevated its health protection measures to HPCON C (MINUS) for Navy installations in the 48 contiguous U.S. States and Alaska.

CNO's Message to the Fleet on Coronavirus

Navy Live Blog (March 19)