HPCON at the U.S. Southern Command and U.S. Army Garrison-Miami installation is currently at:
Access to the U.S. Southern Command and U.S. Army Garrison-Miami installation is currently limited to assigned service members, DoD civilians, and contractors during Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Charlie. Assigned members are required to present two forms of verification to get on the installation:
- CAC Card and SOUTHCOM Badge
Installation access to visitors is extremely limited. The only exceptions to the above policy is for those with a confirmed appointment to the Army Health Clinic SOUTHCOM or ID DEERS office. These individuals must present the following for access to the installation:
- CAC Card and Appointment for Clinic/ID DEERS.
For the latest list of U.S. Army Garrison-Miami Installation Services (hours, access and closures), click the link below:
List of updated U.S. Army Garrison-Miami Installation Services
While at HPCON-Charlie, the installation is not hosting any official and unofficial ceremonies or gatherings.
RETURN TO WORK GUIDANCE
Have questions about when or if you should return to work at SOUTHCOM headquarters after COVID-19 exposure, illness or travel? Check out the below infographics with easy-to-follow steps for each situation. (Click each to open individual PDFs)
Latest SOUTHCOM Return to Work Guidance Memo (Revised Aug. 4, 2020)