R 140450Z MAR 20
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC PPO//
SUBJ/UPDATE #3: U.S MARINE CORPS DISEASE CONTAINMENT PREPAREDNESS PLANNING GUIDANCE FOR 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19); STOP MOVEMENT//
REF/A/MSGID: MEMO: SECDEF: 20200311//
REF/B/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20200307//
REF/C/MSGID: DOC: OUSD (P&R): 20200310 FHP#3//
REF/D/MSGID: DOC: OUSD (P&R): 20200311 FHP#4//
REF/E/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20200211//
REF/F/MSGID: MSG/YMD: 20200225//
REF/G/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20190328//
REF/H/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20130807//
REF/I/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20200305//
REF/J/MSGID: DOC/DTG: 030003ZFEB20//
REF/K/MSGID: DOC/DTG: 132345ZFEB20//
REF/M/MSGID: DOC: OUSD (P&R): 20200308//
REF/N/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20180905//
REF/O/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20200312//
REF/P/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20200313//
REF/Q/MSGID: DOC/YMD: 20200312//
NARR/REF A OUTLINES TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS FOR DOD COMPONENTS IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019. REF B IS MARADMIN 150/20, UPDATE #1 U.S. MARINE CORPS DISEASE CONTAINMENT PREPAREDNESS PLANNING GUIDANCE FOR 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS. REF C IS OUSD (P&R) FORCE HEATLH PROTECTION GUIDANCE (SUPPLEMENT 3) DOD GUIDANCE FOR THE USE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. REF D IS OUSD (P&R) FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION GUIDANCE (SUPPLEMENT 4) DOD GUIDANCE FOR PERSONNEL TRAVELING DURING THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK. REF E IS MARADMIN 082/20, U.S. MARINE CORPS DISEASE CONTAINMENT PREPAREDNESS PLANNING GUIDANCE FOR 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS. REF F IS UNDERSECRETARY OF DEFENSE (PERSONNEL AND READINESS) MEMORANDUM ON FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION (FHP) SUPPLEMENT 2, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE GUIDANCE FOR MILITARY INSTALLATION COMMANDERS’ RISK-BASED MEASURED RESPONSES TO THE NOVELCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK. REF G IS DOD INSTRUCTION 6200.03, PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE DOD. REF H IS MCO 3504.2A, OPERATIONS EVENT INCIDENT REPORT (OPREP-3) REPORTING. REF I IS JOINT STAFF MESSAGE FOR DOD COVID-19 PASSENGER SCREENING GUIDELINES FOR OVERSEAS MILITARY TRANSPORTATION TERMINALS. REF J IS HQMC CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE EXORD. REF K IS FRAGO 001 TO HQMC RESPONSE TO NOVEL CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK EXORD. REF L IS MCO 6220.2 DISEASE CONTAINMENT PLANNING GUIDANCE. REF M IS OUSD (P&R) MEMO ON CIVILIAN PERSONNEL GUIDANCE FOR DOD COMPONENTS IN RESPONDING TO CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019. REF N IS MCO 12271.1 MARINE TELEWORK POLICY FOR CIVILIAN MARINES. REF M IS ALNAV 025/20 VECTOR 15 FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION GUIDANCE FOR DON. REF O IS MARADMIN 162/20 UPDATE #2 US MARINE CORPS DISEASE CONTAINMENT PREPAREDNESS PLANNING GUIDANCE FOR 2019 NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19); TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS AND PERSONNEL GUIDANCE FOR TRAVEL. REF P IS OSD MEMORANDUM DIRECTING STOP MOVEMENT FOR ALL DOMESTIC TRAVELFOR DOD COMPONENTS IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019. REF Q IS THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS WHITE LETTER.//
POC1/JAMES CARTER/LTCOL/UNIT: PP&O POC/F/TEL: (703) 571-1015/NIPR EMAIL: JAMES.L.CARTER@USMC.MIL//
POC2/HQMC Watch Officer/TEL: (703) 695-5454/NIPR E-MAIL: HQMC.MCC2@USMC.MIL//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. This MARADMIN provides supplemental guidance to MARADMINs 082/20, 150/20 and 162/20, by providing an update on domestic travel restrictions. This MARADMIN does not supersede guidance set forth in MARADMIN 150/20 or 162/20. As circumstances and information develop, DC M&RA will provide clarifying guidance via SEPCOR.
1.A.1. Reference P is OSD direction to stop movement in order to preserve force readiness, limit the continuing spread of the virus and preserve the health and welfare of Service members, DOD civilians, their families and local communities in which they live.
2. Mission. The Marine Corps will implement the guidance provided in reference P to protect the force while continuing the mission of the Corps.
3.A. Commander’s Intent.
3.A.1. Purpose. Promulgate updated CMC guidance to the force for domestic travel restrictions in order to reduce the risk of further exposure to, or spread of, COVID-19.
3.A.2. Method. No Change.
3.A.3. End State. No Change.
3.B. Concept of Operations. The Marine Corps will institute the guidance contained in this MARADMIN, and comply with the domestic travel, permanent change of station (PCS), temporary duty (TDY), and leave restrictions contained herein.
3.C. Tasks. Commanders will:
3.C.1. Review and comply with tasks outlined in reference P.
3.C.2. Institute the following domestic travel restrictions:
3.C.2.A. Effective 16 March to 11 May 2020, all Marines will stop movement. This includes PCS and TDY.
3.C.2.B. Effective 16 March to 11 May 2020, USMC civilian personnel and family members, whose transportation is government funded, will stop movement. This includes PCS and TDY.
3.C.2.B.1. Until the travel restrictions described above are lifted, commands may only onboard civilian employees within the local commuting area.
3.C.2.C. Marines are only authorized local leave and liberty.
3.C.2.D. Reserve Component: Orders for currently activated RC Marines will be modified or extended as appropriate and funding will be provided in order to facilitate actions IAW guidance in this message. Commanders with COVID-19 related reserve component manpower issues, orders administration, funding, and policy waivers (i.e. telework) should contact DC M&RA, Reserve Affairs at email@example.com or 703-784-9138.
3.C.2.E.1. Marines pending retirement or separation during this period may proceed in accordance with their official orders.
3.C.2.E.2. Travel by patients and medical providers for the purpose of medical treatment for Marines and their family members is authorized.
3.C.2.E.3. Individuals who have already initiated travel (including intermediate stops) are authorized to continue to their final destination.
3.C.2.E.4. Individuals whose TDY ends while this memorandum is in effect are authorized to return to their homes.
3.C.2.E.5. Authorized travelers will adhere to the Force Health Protection guidelines in reference D and later guidance, if any.
3.C.2.F. Exceptions. Exceptions may be granted in writing to these restrictions for compelling cases where the travel is: (1) determined to be mission essential; (2) necessary for humanitarian reasons; (3) warranted due to extreme hardship.
3.C.2.F.1. For Marines assigned to a combatant command, approval authority for these exceptions belongs to the Combatant Commander.
3.C.2.F.2. For service retained personnel, approval authority for these exceptions is delegated from the Commandant of the Marine Corps to the first General Officer or member of the Senior Executive Service (SES) in the Marine’s chain of command.
3.C.2.F.3. Exceptions shall be granted on a case-by-case basis, shall be limited in number, and coordinated between the gaining and losing organizations.
4. Administration and Logistics.
4.A. Reference: Force Health Protection Supplement guidance can be found at https:(slash)(slash)www.defense.gov/Explore/Spotlight/Coronavirus/.
4.B. Commanders will capture and report costs incurred due to guidance contained in this MARADMIN.
4.C. This MARADMIN has been coordinated with HQMC, Health Services–Preventive Medicine, HQMC Judge Advocate Division, DC M&RA, DC I&L, DC P&R, DC I, DC CD&I, Marine Corps Installations Command, Communication Directorate and the Office of Legislative Affairs.
5. Command and Signal.
5.A. Command. This MARADMIN applies to the Total Force.
5.B. Signal. This MARADMIN is effective 16 March 2020 and expires 11 May 2020. Ensure widest dissemination.
6. This message is approved for release by LtGen G. W. Smith, Jr. Deputy Commandant, Plans, Policies, and Operations.//