USOHRCV facility operations have been temporarily suspended at airport and installation centers. These measures are being implemented to ensure the safety and health of military service members and families, USO staff, and 30,000 USO volunteers and to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 in the communities in which USO serves.
We will continue to support service members and their families safely through outreach and other types of program offerings as the situation evolves, while minimizing health risks.
“We remain committed to responsibly supporting our service members and their families across the U.S. and overseas. Our leadership teams will monitor health advisories and evaluate operational conditions on a frequent basis as long as necessary to ensure continuity of mission delivery and the safety of our staff and volunteers,” said Chief Operating Officer Alan Reyes.
Additional information available at www.uso.org/COVID19updates
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