PROCEDURES FOR FOREIGN VISIT REQUESTS TO U.S. NAVY COMMANDS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC:
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SUBJ/PROCEDURES FOR FOREIGN VISIT REQUESTS TO U.S. NAVY COMMANDS DURING
NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 052/21, PROCEDURES FOR FOREIGN VISIT REQUESTS TO U.S.
NAVY COMMANDS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
REF B IS USD P&R FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION (FHP) SUPPLEMENT 20 DEPARTMENT OF
DEFENSE GUIDANCE FOR PERSONNEL TRAVELING DURING THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019
REF C IS USD P&R FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION GUIDANCE (SUPPLEMENT 16) REVISION 1
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE GUIDANCE FOR DEPLOYMENT AND REDEPLOYMNET OF INDIVIDUALS
AND UNITS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 PANDEMIC.
REF D IS USD P&R GUIDANCE FOR PARTICIPATION FOR INTERNATIONAL
MILITARY STUDENTS IN DOD TRAINING AT U.S. GOVERNMENT FACILITIES.
REF E IS NAVADMIN 073/21, NAVY MITIGATION MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS
OUTBREAK UPDATE 7 (CONDITIONS-BASED APPROACH TO COVID-19 PERSONNEL MOVEMENT
AND TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS).
REF F IS DOD DIRECTIVE 5230.20, VISITS AND ASSIGNMENTS OF FOREIGN NATIONALS.
REF G IS CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION ORDER REQUIREMENT FOR
NEGATIVE PRE-DEPARTURE COVID-19 TEST RESULT OR DOCUMENTATION OF RECOVERY FROM
COVID-19 FOR ALL AIRLINE OR OTHER AIRCRAFT PASSENGERS ARRIVING INTO THE
UNITED STATES FROM ANY FOREIGN COUNTRY.
RMKS/1. Reference (a) is cancelled. This NAVADMIN supersedes reference (a),
provides updated references, and revised procedures for foreign visitors to
U.S. Navy facilities.
2. Office of the Secretary of Defense issued updated guidance for travel by
U.S. personnel (references (b) and (c)) and international students training
at U.S. military facilities (reference (d)). Commands hosting foreign
visitors will follow the updated procedures below.
3. Foreign visits are authorized and will be processed with procedures
outlined in reference (f). All travel to the United States must adhere to
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance, the travel
requirements outlined in references (b) through (e), and all local and state
4. All foreign personnel who have not been fully immunized or fully
recovered from COVID-19 within the previous 90 days traveling from outside
the U.S. to visit a U.S. Navy command will be required to complete a 10 day
restriction of movement (ROM) period upon arrival in the U.S. Vaccinations
may be of any type approved for use inthe foreign partners country. USN
commands hosting foreign visits may, at the direction of the first Flag or
Senior Executive Service in the chain of command, waive the ROM requirement
if ROM is impractical, the visit is considered mission essential and
appropriate safety precautions are in place. Foreign personnel already in
the U.S. for over 10 days are not required to ROM.
5. COVID-19 travel information for travelers entering the
U.S. may be found on the Department of State website
and at the CDC website
6. OPNAV N3/N5 POCs for Foreign Visit Request procedures are Mr. Jeff Roman
at email@example.com and Mr. Mark Galvin at
7. Released by VADM P. G. Sawyer, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for
Operations, Plans and Strategy, OPNAV N3/N5.//