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Altus Air Force Base is currently at Health Protection Condition (HPCON) ALPHA and can be referenced on the most recent 97 AMW COVID-19 Policies and Directives.
Altus Air Force Base is distributing COVID-19 vaccines in alignment with the DoDs plan to follow CDC prioritization guidelines. The 97th MDG is currently distributing it, and those who have requested to get the vaccine will be contacted as soon as it is available to them. For more information about the vaccine, click here.
The COVID-19 vaccine scheduling has gone ONLINE. To schedule your Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, visit https://informatics-stage.health.mil/COVAX.
For first or second vaccine doses, or a booster dose, please visit the site and schedule for yourself or your dependent(s).
Pediatric COVID-19 Pfizer vaccines are now here! If you would like your 5-11 year old child to receive a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine, please call 580-481-5235 and make your appointment today!
Pediatric Pfizer: Full FDA approval for ages 5 and up. Only offered on Monday's at the MDG.
Adult Pfizer: Offered on Friday's at the MDG.
Moderna: Authorized for use in ages 18 and up. Only offered on Monday's at the MDG.
Please schedule your appointment as soon as possible to ensure you get a time slot. Have a DHA 207 filled out prior to arrival of your appointment.
Additional Resources: EUA Recipients what to Expect Card, V-Safe Information Sheet, Pfizer COVID Vaccine Flyer
Call the appointment line 580-481-5235
For any weekend medical needs please reference the following:
Altus AFB Public Health Concern Declaration 14 June 2022
Force Health Protection Guidance Jan. 2022
Top Lanes of Communications:
Official Coronavirus website
CDC Coronavirus Disease Information
U.S. Government Response to Coronavirus
DoD Coronavirus Information
Air Force Coronavirus Information
Mental Health Resources:
Coronaviruses: Prevention and Treatment
How to help staff members in distress
Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks