COVID-19 Info for SOUTHCOM Personnel

COVID-19 Vaccines for Assigned PersonnelGraphic. Text: COVID-19 Vaccines Are Currently Available for SOUTHCOM employees, contractors, and all TRICARE eligible beneficiaries.

***No Appointment Necessary***

SOUTHCOM Clinic is providing the Pfizer Vaccine to all employees:

Hours of operation: 
Monday- Wednesday & Friday: 0800-1100 and 1300-1500
Thursday: 0800-11:00

***Pfizer Vaccine Booster is available for all employees that require it.***


COVID-19 Vaccination Town Hall

For those who were unable to attend the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine training on TEAMS, it is now available via JKO. The course is SOU-COVID19-002 USSOUTHCOM COVID-19 Update Training (CUI) 50 min and is due NLT 08OCT for all who did not attend the TEAMS class. There are two ways the user can search for the course on JKO: 

  1. In the course number block type:  -COVID19-002
  2. In the course or course curriculum name block type:  USSOUTHCOM COVID

Access the Town Hall via JKO (CAC required)

Mandatory Vaccination Policy for DoD Personnel

The DOD has mandated that all service members (Active Duty, Guard or Reserve) be immunized against COVID-19.  See DoD memo.

Service members are fully vaccinated two weeks after completing the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or two weeks after receiving a single dose of a one-dose vaccine. Those with previous COVID-19 infection are still required to be vaccinated.  

Below shows the compliance timelines by which service members must be fully vaccinated:

  • Air Force Active Duty personnel: Nov. 2, 2021.  |  Air Force Reserve & Air National Guard personnel: Dec. 2, 2021. (Air Force release)

  • Army Active Duty personnel: Dec. 15, 2021.  |  Army Reserve & Army National Guard personnel: June 30, 2022. (Army release)

  • Navy & Marine Corps Active Duty personnel: Nov. 28, 2021.  |  Navy & Marine Corps Reserve personnel: Dec. 28, 2021. (Navy release | USMC MARADMIN)

  • Coast Guard Active Duty personnel:  Nov. 24, 2021  |  Coast Guard Active Duty & Reserve personnel: Dec. 24, 2021. (USCG Vaccine Guidance)

  • On October 1, 2021, the Deputy Secretary of Defense signed the Mandatory Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccination of DoD Civilian Employees memorandum requiring mandatory vaccination of the Federal civilian workforce in support of Executive Order 14043. Suspense for achieving fully vaccinated status is Nov. 22, 2021, subject to exemptions as required by law.  One is “Fully vaccinated” two weeks after the second shot in a two-dose series, or two weeks after a single-shot series.”

For an exemption from the vaccination requirement for reasons of religious accommodation or medical reasons, military personnel must contact their Service Element Commander and civilians must contact their supervisor.

Vaccine Resources: DD Form 3150 - "Certification of Vaccination"  |  Vaccine FAQ's  |  COVID-19 Workplace Safety: Agency Model Safety Principles | DHA Form 207: COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Immunization Document, v13

Mask Guidance

Effective immediately, all personnel, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a mask in INDOOR SETTINGS on the USAG-Miami installation. The installation is now at Health Protection Condition Bravo Plus.

Read the Deputy Secretary of Defense Memorandum for Updated Mask Guidelines for All DOD Installations and Other Facilities

Updated-Mask-Guidelines-For-All-DOD-Installations-and-Other-Facilities (

COVID-19: FAQs for U.S. SOUTHCOM PersonnelCDC FAQsArmy Health Clinic SOUTHCOM COVID-19 Info

Installation Status

HPCON at the U.S. Southern Command and U.S. Army Garrison-Miami installation is currently at:

Installation Health Force Protection Status Graphic. TEXT: Health Protection Condition Bravo + | Moderate + | Elevated community transmission. | SOUTHCOM COVID-19 Response

HPCON: Understanding Health Protection Condition Levels

COVID-19 Vaccine Resources Infographic: COVID-19 Vaccine. What you need to know to keep your family safe and healthy. Protect your unit, yourself, your community, your family. Get vaccinated.

COVID-19 General Overview

CDC: COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Teens

CDC: Information about COVID-19 Vaccines for People who Are Pregnant or Breastfeeding

CDC: Key Things to Know

CDC: When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated



If you received a COVID-19 vaccine, we ask that you click the following secure link below to verify that information. Disclosure is completely voluntary, as the information will assist our medical team’s overall vaccination efforts by providing an accurate count of those vaccinated. 

Verify your information here

Please take note that vaccines continue to be available at the SOUTHCOM clinic for SOUTHCOM/USAG-Miami employees and dependents who have military ID cards (i.e. they are Tricare-eligible) that are at least 18 years of age.  

The clinic can support both Dose 1 and/or Dose 2 if you still need it. 

If you would like to receive the vaccine, please schedule your appointment via the below online CAC-enabled form:

Military, Civilian and Contractors Vaccination Appointment Scheduler (CAC Required)

Dependents enrolled with the clinic may also sign up vaccine! If your 18+ dependent would like to be vaccinated, they may use the below non CAC-enabled form:

 Tricare Beneficiaries, Family Members, and Retirees Request the Vaccine (No CAC)

For more information, please see the SOUTHCOM FAQs




The Florida Department of Health has established a dedicated Coronavirus Call Center at 1-866-779-6121 that is available 24 hours a day seven days a week, as well as a dedicated email address at which the public can use for questions or clarifications on issues related to the Coronavirus. 


(For additional references click on “DOD Spotlight on Coronavirus” box above)

Department of Defense Guidance for Deployment and Redeployment of Individuals and Units During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic  | rescinds and replaces Supplement 16

Department of Defense Guidance for the Use of Masks, Personal Protective Equipment, and Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic 

- rescinds Supplement 17

- supplements Secretary of Defense Feb. 4, 2021 Memorandum, “Use of Masks and Other Public Health Measures”

- supplements Deputy Secretary of Defense May 13, 2021 Memorandum, “Updated Mask Guidelines for Vaccinated Persons”

Department of Defense Guidance for Protecting All Personnel in Department of Defense Workplaces During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic | rescinds Supplement 8

Department of Defense Guidance for Personnel Traveling During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic | rescinds and replaces Supplement 14

Department of Defense Guidance for Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccination Attestation, Screening Testing, and Vaccination Verification. See press release.


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Have questions about when or if you should return to work at SOUTHCOM headquarters after COVID-19 exposure, illness or travel? Open the below to see our series of 8 flowcharts with easy-to-follow steps for each situation.


SOUTHCOM Return to Work Flowcharts


Latest SOUTHCOM Return to Work Guidance Memo (Revised Oct. 26 2021)


Graphic: Important Medical Phone Numbers

Military Health System FREE Nurse Advice Line: 


(1-800-874-2273), option 1

Florida Department of Health 24/7 hotline for COVID-19:


Army Health Clinic SOUTHCOM: 

305-437-1753 OR  305-437-1756

Graphic: Chaplain Contacts

Main Line: 305-437-1024

Chaplain Price cell: 305-794-2577