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Overseas PCS COVID-19 Test Requirements Fact Sheet

***As of January 20, 2021 - All USFK/CNFK/CNRK/CFAC personnel (ages 6 and older) who are traveling to South Korea - regardless if you are newly arriving or returning - must possess proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test - and ONLY a PCR test - obtained within 72 hours of their departure. You will be denied entry and returned to your point of origin without it. There are no exceptions.***


***Updated guidance on overseas PCS COVID-19 Testing Requirements***

Click on the fact sheet for more information


CNRK/CNFK COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Check this page for regular updates on changes to installation operations in Navy Region Korea and resources available for combatting Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19). Click on "Quarantine Process Information" to visit our quarantine process information and resource page.

USFK HPCON Status: Areas I, III, and IV transitioned to HPCON Bravo.


All other areas remain in HPCON Charlie. Inter-Area leisure travel is not authorized until further notice. Area IV residents can only travel to HPCON Charlie areas for official and necessary duties. All personnel must follow all South Korean rules, directives and laws, as well as adhere to USFK HPCON mitigation measures, core tenets and wear a mask at all times when off installation. Currently, South Korea government has varying Social Distancing levels across regions, check with local government restrictions. Remaining in effect: social group sizes are limited to 4 people or less.

We must protect the force to protect the mission.

(updated February 15, 2021)


  • Areas I, III, and IV are in HPCON B
  • Areas I, III, and IV are in HPCON B
  • HPCON C boundaries for Area II

Navy Region Korea Updates: 

Department of Defense/Department of the Navy Updates:

Periodic updates to DOD/DON actions to address COVID-19 are available at the following websites:

Department of Defense Updates:

Navy updates:



Compliance with CDC guidance is critical to minimize the spread of COVID-19.There are simple things the CDC recommends people do to reduce risk of infection and prevent the spread of COVID-19, which are similar to routine flu and other upper respiratory illness prevention measures.

  • Clean your hands – Use soap and water for 20 seconds; use hand sanitizer with minimum 60% alcohol.  Medical experts agree that hand-washing is the most important preventative measure you can take to avoid COVID-19.

  • Proper hygiene - Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands; avoid close contact with people who are sick; and regularly clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces.

  • Cover your cough or sneeze – Use your arm or tissue. Immediately throw used tissue in the trash.

  • Social distancing - Avoid handshakes and close contact with others. Maintain social distances of about 6 feet.

  • Self-regulation - Confine yourself at home when sick until advised by your healthcare provider.

  • Crowd avoidance – Use discretion when traveling to impacted areas, urban areas, or large gatherings.  Recently released guidelines from the CDC recommend avoiding groups greater than 10 people.

  • Personal preparedness - Ensure supplies of food, medication, and other items needed for babies and pets are available to last at least 14 days.





USFK Travel Restrictions. List of travel restrictions for service members here.

AtHoc Registration. Instructions for registering for AtHoc alerts from a NIPR workstation.

USFK Alerts Registration. Instructions for registering for USFK alerts from a NIPR workstation.

Military Crisis Line. (Service members and veterans) 1-800-273-TALK (option 1), text 838255 or visit

Military OneSource. (Service members and families) 1-800-342-9647 or visit

 Navy Chaplain Care. (Service members) 1-855-NAVY-311 or visit .  

 Psychological Health Resource Center. (Service members, families and clinicians) 1-866-966-1020 or visit 

 Psychological Health Outreach Program (PHOP). (Navy Reservists and families) 1-866-578-PHOP(7467). 

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center. 

Navy Marine Corps Relief Society.  (Sailors and family members)

Department of the Navy Office of Civilian Human Resources - Coronavirus Details:

State Department COVID-19 Korea travel page. 

U.S. Embassy Seoul COVID-19 page

USFK Self-Quarantine FAQs

COVID-19 Interactive Display Map and Demographics

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Important Phone Numbers

USFK 24-hour COVID hotline

050.3337.2556 (mobile to DSN)

737.2556 (DSN)



CNFK Duty Corpsman


315.763.8032 (DSN)

CNFK Chaplain


315.763.8001 (DSN)

Fleet & Family Support Center

315.763.5566/5485 (DSN)

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