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COVID-19 Info for SOUTHCOM Personnel

COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

Health.mil 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 Vaccination Info

CDC: What to Expect at Your Appointment to Get Vaccinated for COVID-19

CDC: What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine



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

If you would like to receive the vaccine, you may volunteer via the below online CAC-enabled form:

Request the Vaccine (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:

Request the Vaccine (No CAC)

For more information, please see the SOUTHCOM FAQs. 


“We continue to make progress with our COVID-19 vaccine effort. Your health and safety continue to be my top priority. Our team is working very hard to ensure that all SOUTHCOM personnel have the opportunity to get vaccinated safely and quickly. The vaccine is proven safe and effective and I strongly encourage all personnel to get vaccinated. We will need to achieve sufficient population immunity before we can expect a relaxation in our force health protection measures (FHP). For the foreseeable future, we will continue with our FHP like wearing masks, social distancing, washing our hands, and disinfecting work stations.”   

Official Bio Photo of Adm. Craig Faller  – Adm. Craig Faller, Commander, U.S. Southern Command.

Installation Status

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

Charlie: Substantial. Sustained Community Transmission



Per DOD & SOUTHCOM policy, pre-travel & post travel risk assessments are required for ALL official travel and for unofficial travel for military members. Civilians and contractors are encouraged to use the forms as well for leave. The SOUTHCOM assessment forms have recently been updated to provide links to useful resources and to include the latest CDC guidance:

For domestic and OCONUS Level 1 & 2 travel, decision on whether Restriction of Movement (ROM) is required upon return is made at the Directorate level. For OCONUS travel to Level 3 & 4 countries, Force Health Protection supplement #12 drives ROM requirements as noted on the assessment forms.

Note that the CDC now recommends the following additional measures:

All travel

  • During travel: At all times, mask/stay 6 feet apart w/anyone who did NOT travel with you– indoors & outdoors
  • After travel: If there are people in the household who did not travel with you, wear a mask and ask everyone in the household to wear masks in shared spaces inside your home for 14 days after travel.

Testing for all travel

  • Travelers test 1-3 days prior and 3-5 days after travel.

(Source: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html)

For any questions, please refer to the HQ FAQ.  


Note: For the most updated SOUTHCOM guidance, personnel should refer to the latest messages sent via the "Alert!" notification and accountability system along with command messages via NIPR email ( CAC Access - https://web-mont05.mail.mil/ ). You can also call our COVID-19 info line at 305-437-3919.




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 COVID-19@flhealth.gov 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)



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COVID-19: FAQs for U.S. SOUTHCOM Personnel


Army Health Clinic SOUTHCOM COVID-19 Info

Global Case Map from Johns Hopkins University


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 7 flowcharts with easy-to-follow steps for each situation.


SOUTHCOM Return to Work Flowcharts


Latest SOUTHCOM Return to Work Guidance Memo (Revised April 5, 2021)

Coronavirus Info

Graphic: SOUTHCOM COVID-19 Info Line


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

Chaplain Costadoni cell: 561-376-6628

CDC INFOGRAPHIC: COVID-19 vaccines will be an important tool to help stop the pandemic.