Effective March 2,2023: David Grant Medical Center staff, patients and visitors are to mask per individual and patient risk IAW the Defense Health Agency memorandum published Feb. 16. Individuals who meet the below criteria are still required to wear a mask:

- Individuals experiencing respiratory symptoms (cough, runny nose, congestion, etc.)

- In recent contact with someone experiencing respiratory symptoms

- Have tested positive for a respiratory illness in the last 10 days

DGMC 3E COVID-19 testing and kit distribution location will cease daily operations.

California’s Public Health Emergency ended on Feb. 28, and as a result, Solano county is closing its free testing sites. 

To obtain a COVID test, patients will need to schedule an appointment with their primary care providers. If your provider refers you for off-base testing,

patients can visit Walgreens or CVS; however, there may be cost associated with this testing. For at-home tests, patients can pick up their home test

kits at 3E until March 1. Beginning March 2, COVID test kits will be available every 1st Wednesday of the month.

To order home test kits through USPS,  Four (4) free at-home tests from USPS can be ordered per address.

- (As of 23DEC) The CDC COVID-19 Community Level within Solano County changed from MEDIUM to HIGH on the 22nd of December 2022.  This is caused by a continued uptick of COVID-19 in the Solano County area and drives a change to the Travis Air Force Base HPCON level.  Given this uptick, the Travis Air Force Base HPCON level will change to HPCON Bravo on 23 December at 1200L. 

What does this change mean for everyone?  The most current masking guidance remains the same - masking indoors is not required for any individual, regardless of vaccination status, across the installation with the exception of David Grant USAF Medical Center, the BX Pharmacy and the Passenger Terminal, which will remain fully-masked in accordance with DoD policy.  Individuals may continue to wear a mask indoors if they choose. 

Indoor gatherings are no longer limited and all base facilities/operations should be fully open and functioning.

NOTE: Mask wear is still required for personnel with symptoms, after recovery from a positive test, and after exposure to someone with COVID-19, in accordance with the Consolidated DoD Coronavirus Disease 2019 Force Health Protection Guidance.

This change in DoD policy follows the latest recommendations made by the CDC and the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force.

CDC guidance on definitions for COVID-19 Community Levels can be found at:

CDC Data on Community Levels (by county) can be found at:

Continue to practice strict hygiene measures such as frequently washing and/or sanitizing hands; wiping common-use items with disinfectant; covering mouths and noses with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing; and staying home when sick

Please visit the 60th Medical Group Homepage for information on the COVID-19 vaccine and other information relating to COVID-19.

Additional information can also be found on the Solano County website:

(Current as of MAR 2, 2023)


HPCON Breakdown

0: Routine – No Community Transmission

  • Maintain your everyday actions to stop the spread of germs
    • Wash hands – 20 sec with soap and water
    • Cover cough/sneeze
    • Ensure immunizations up to date
    • Stay home if you are sick

Alpha: Limited – Community Transmission Begins

  • Maintain your routine actions and:
    • Routinely clean and disinfect frequently touched objects
    • If sick, call your provider for guidance before going to the clinic
    • Stay informed from CDC and local public health agencies

Bravo: Moderate – Increased Community Transmission

  • Maintain routine and limited actions and:
    • Practice social distancing
    • Avoid unnecessary travel
    • Observe local guidance on movement restrictions
    • Comply with medical orders for self-isolation or quarantine 

Charlie: Substantial – Sustained Community Transmission

  • Maintain routine, limited and moderate actions and:
    • Prepare for limited access to supplies and services
    • Implement remote work procedures

Delta: Severe – Widespread Community Transmission

  • Maintain all other protective measures and:
    • Expect to remain at home for extended periods of time
    • Follow all directives and guidance from local, state, and federal authorities



DGMC Services

DGMC Central Appointment Desk:

Mon –Fri 0630-1600


General Information:

Travis Air Force Base facilities, services, and operating hours

Travis Air Force Base Official:

60th Force Support Squadron:

David Grant USAF Medical Center

General Medical Support

Nurse Advice Line (NAL):

After hours & weekends call

1-800-TRICARE, Option 1

Additional resources:

Country, State or Air Force COVID-19 guidelines

State of California COVID-19 Updates

Solano County COVID-19 Updates

Air Force COVID-19 Updates:

Air Force Personnel Center: