This page was last updated November 22, 2020.


Know Your Impact

Current Governor of Ohio and Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 Guidelines and Orders

21-Day Statewide Curfew (effective Nov. 19 at 10 p.m.) news release

  • The curfew will not apply to those going to or from work, those who have an emergency, or those who need medical care. The curfew is not intended to stop anyone from getting groceries or going to a pharmacy. Picking up carry-out or a drive-thru meal and ordering for delivery will be permitted, but serving food and drink in person must cease at 10 p.m. 

‚ÄčHealth Order to Limit Mass Gatherings Signed (effective Nov. 17) news release

  • No socializing or activities in open congregate areas and no dancing. 
  • Guests must be seated at all times. Traditional wedding reception events such as first dance, toasts, tossing the bouquet and cutting the cake are permitted.
  • If serving food and beverages, guests must be served at their seats. No self-serve buffets and no self-serve bar areas permitted.
  • Masks must be worn at all times unless actively consuming food or beverages.
  • No more than 10 people should be seated at a table and those individuals must be from the same household.

Health Order Enforcing Mask-Wearing in Retail Locations Signed (effective Nov. 13) news release 

  • All retailers must post and enforce a sign indicating that masks are required at all entrances. Employees are not required to put themselves in jeopardy or risk harm when enforcing this order.
  • All retailers must post at all entrances a maximum capacity limit to ensure a minimum of six-feet physical distance can be maintained throughout the location.
  • All retailers should mark six-feet separation spots in all check-out lines.
  • All retailers should arrange all store aisles to be directionally one-way, if required to achieve appropriate social distancing.
  • All retailers should place hand sanitizer stations at high-contact locations.
  • All retailers must require employees to stay home if symptomatic.
  • All retailers must disinfect high-touch areas after each use (e.g. carts, baskets, and other equipment).
  • All retailers should provide reasonable accommodation to any person unable to wear a mask into the store by providing online or telephone ordering and curbside, non-contact pick up or a delivery option and/or allowing a person to wear a full face shield that extends below the chin. Each retailer must post a sign at each entrance detailing these accommodations.
  • Customers are strongly urged to utilize online or telephone ordering and curbside, non-contact pick-up or delivery options.
  • This order does not apply to those medically or developmentally unable to wear a face covering.
  • Each business should designate an on-site compliance officer for each business location and each shift during all business hours to enforce these requirements.

Current HPCON B Status

Coronavirus Town Hall meeting


On Monday, Nov. 16, Col. Patrick Miller, the 88th Air Base Wing Commander, along with medical staff from the base hospital and other experts from around the base held a live Town Hall to answer questions and provide an update on the Coronavirus.  You can watch it at at www.facebook.com/wpafb.

If you have questions, please email them to 88abw.pa@us.af.mil.  We are continually updating our FAQ page with the most current information.

FAQs from the Town Halls are available online.  Click here to go to that page.      

List of Coronavirus phone numbers by county

HPCON levels and information about each one




Click here for COVID-19 travel advisories           
Click here to go to myPers Q&A          
Click here for CDC symptom updates          



Link to US government coronavirus web site
Link to CDC coronavirus web site
Link to DOD coronavirus web site
Link to USAF coronavirus web site
Link to a graphic showing current operational status of base facilities
Link to COVID-19 videos

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  Current HPCON Charlie graphic  

As of November 19, 2020

  Locations with Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Graphic about FDA warning of Coronavirus scams
BEWARE OF SCAMMERS trying to take advantage of the Coronavirus pandemic. The FDA has published a list of fraudulent products as well as a notice that it has NOT approved COVID-19 home test kits.


Prevention Measures


- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Cover your cough with tissue, then throw away tissue
- Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces
- Stay home when you are sick, except for medical care
- Wash your hands with soap & water for 20 seconds

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