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The health and
welfare of the children entrusted to our care at MCCS Child Development Centers
(CDCs) and School Age Care (SAC) facilities island-wide will always be our #1
priority. Out of abundant concern for the health and safety of the children, as
well as our MCCS employees providing care, MCCS and other U.S. Forces Japan and
U.S. government agencies on island have enacted effective, proactive mitigation
measures to protect children, employees and our military community at-large
from the spread of COVID-19. The success of these mitigation measures has
allowed our CDCs here to remain open in support of service members and their
We are actively
monitoring the situation in coordination with public healthcare professionals
and command elements. If warranted, we will close the CDCs with enough
advance notification to allow parents (and their work supervisors, if
applicable) to make appropriate arrangements such as family care plans,
telework or leave. All of us with MCIPAC/MCB Camp Butler are committed to
giving our parents all possible options to work and take care of their parental
responsibilities. We truly appreciate our partnership with our SOFA
families and appreciate your support and flexibility during this time.
will continue to operate with the following added precautions:
Measures Taken in the CDCs
Taken in the SAC Programs
Last updated: March 1, 2021 2:05PM
MCCS Okinawa is taking
decisive actions out of an abundance of caution to reduce potential risk and
minimize the spread of COVID-19. All of our actions are aligned with our
enduring mission to support our community of Warfighters and Families, as well
as our MCCS workforce.
Doing everything we
can—in alignment with III MEF/MCIPAC guidance—to help keep our customers and
employees safe during this evolving global pandemic is our top priority.
As directed by the
MCIPAC Commanding General, the following changes are in effect until further
Thank you for your
continued support and understanding.
MCIPAC-MCBB has updated mask-wearing guidance with the
following exemptions to policy. Effective immediately, all patrons inside MCCS
Fitness Centers on Okinawa must wear masks at all times unless they are:
While participating in the above activities, patrons may
choose to remove their masks but must immediately return to mask-wearing
upon ending active participation. Example: Patrons must wear masks while
resting between games or classes.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Effective immediately and in
accordance with updated guidance for DoD installations and facilities,
individuals must wear masks while indoors in all MCCS facilities aboard
MCIPAC-MCBB installations on Okinawa.
Thank you for your patronage,
patience and cooperation as we strive to ensure the safety and well-being of
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