A. COMDT COGARD WASHINGTON DC 202055 MAR 20/ALCOAST 098/20 5. (2) FORCECOM units are at varying stages of returning to full operating capability. B11 (formerly D1) Q: What kind of leave is available for medical care of self/dependents? *Updated 06/19/2020*. military member, civilian, Auxiliarist, contractor, family member) in your e-mail inquiry. C. COMDT COGARD WASHINGTON DC 231347 APR 20/ALCOAST 150/20 Leave travel to or through foreign countries or territories is prohibited, to include leave that was previously approved. c. Requirements. To ensure the most timely response, please identify yourself (i.e. A: Military Personnel on active duty: If you are sick, sick leave or SIQ may be appropriate under the direction of medical health care professional and approved by the member’s command. In extenuating circumstances, members may request a waiver, with final approval authority at the first Flag Officer/SES in their chain of command. Military leave for active duty, active duty training, or inactive duty training is to be distinguished from military furlough when an employee is ordered to extended active duty for general service with the Armed Forces. Members are reminded to follow CDC guidelines for safe interactions in public whenever on leave or liberty. For additional coronavirus questions not covered in these FAQ or that your chain of command cannot answer, please e-mail OutbreakQuestions@uscg.mil. 5 U.S.C. Commands and personnel are reminded to strictly adhere to the requirements of REF (F) in requesting and approving any foreign travel. 7. Click to subscribe and receive weekly email updates. You may also telework from home under a voluntary telework agreement. (1) Military Personnel, including Reservists on Active Duty. To ensure the most timely response, please identify yourself (i.e. All personnel must be aware of changing conditions in locations they intend to travel to and through when making travel decisions, whether that travel is local or across the country. The minimum charge to military leave is 1 hour. 6323 (d) provides that a Reserve and National Guard Technician is entitled to 44 workdays of military leave for duties overseas under certain conditions. (3) Will separate themselves from other people in the home/quarters if residing with roommates/family members and avoid sharing personal items; where separation is not feasible, alternate quarters will be provided as described in Enclosure 8 of Ref (D). For personnel stationed overseas, follow the guidance of the cognizant DOD/CCMD or DOS/COM, as applicable. The CDC maintains a link to all state and territorial health departments here: https://www.cdc.gov/publichealthgateway/healthdirectories/healthdepartments.html For questions or assistance in understanding this information, contact your local or nearest CG clinic. f. CG military and civilian employees who reside in CG-owned housing, who fall under this paragraph are to remain in their home or quarters, per CDC government-wide guidelines and 5 U.S.C. Military leave is granted for active duty, active duty for training, inactive duty training (usually weekend drills), and military aid to enforce the law. IAW CDC Guidance, All personnel returning from foreign travel to a country with an active CDC travel advisory should quarantine at home for 14 days. Military leave applies to an eligible employee who is a member of the National Guard or a Reserve Component of the Armed Forces of the United States. a. UNCLAS//N06200// Personnel who are permanently stationed in a foreign country shall follow the guidance of the cognizant Department of Defense/Combatant Command (DOD/CCMD) or Departmentof State (DOS) Chief of Mission (COM), as applicable. Military leave under 6323(a) will be prorated for a part-time employee and for an employee on an uncommon tour of duty based proportionally on the number of hours in the employee's regularly-scheduled biweekly pay period. SES members with more than 720 hours of annual leave (prior to 16 October 1994) may maintain a leave balance above 720 hours. 3. https://www.cdc.gov/publichealthgateway/healthdirectories/healthdepartments.html, https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/Portals/10/CG1/cg112/docs/pdf/HSWL%20Clinic%20POC%202019. (3) SELRES and IRR. g. Dependents of CG personnel and guests. rtf?ver=2019-10-10-144846-843. Additionally, when supervisors observe military members exhibiting medical symptoms, the command can order members to seek medical attention. 4. During this time, military personnel are subject to a Restriction Of Movement (ROM) and:       (1) Will be assessed daily for fever and symptoms by cognizant CG medical staff via phone consultation, coordinated through the nearest CG clinic. IAW REF (E), CG official travel for all employees to locations that the CDC has issued a Level 2 or higher THN is restricted to only mission essential, time-sensitive work that cannot be handled via distance or remote means. h. Auxiliary. days of leave Adoption Leave (1ST MEMBER) 21 days of leave Primary Caregiver Leave 42 days of leave Adoption Leave 0 (2ND MEMBER) days of leave Secondary Caregiver Leave 21 days of leave * NOTE: Dual military families have the flexibility to select which member will be designated as the primary caregiver and secondary caregiver. For guidance on PCS travel refer to latest PCS & HHG SITREP ALCOAST. A: Yes, leave is authorized during the COVID-19 pandemic. See ALCOAST 211/20 Travel and Leave Policy – Update 2. ALCOAST 211/20 Travel and Leave Policy – Update 2. The intent of this ALCOAST is to assist unit commanders to preserve force readiness, accomplish CG missions, and to provide our members healthy outlets to improve mental health and work-life balance while remaining ready and resilient during these unprecedented times. CG-1 will update this guidance via future SITREPs as the situation develops. Consult the CDC and DOS travel advisory websites prior to making any decision. b. Leave/Leisure Travel. ALCOAST 211/20 The CG maintains a website with authoritative documents, frequently asked questions, and a link to submit your questions. B12 (formerly K10) Q: Are CG members allowed to take leave during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Office of Civilian Human Resources (CG-121) Leave Topics SUBJ:  COVID-19 TRAVEL AND LEAVE POLICY – UPDATE 2 7106 (a)(2)(D) for 14 days. Domestic/Non-foreign Travel. A: Military Personnel on active duty: If you are sick, sick leave or SIQ may be appropriate under the direction of medical health care professional and approved by the member’s command. Looking for help now? (2) Will self-monitor for the onset of fever, cough, and/or trouble breathing. A list of THNs can be found at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/ b. Leave/Leisure Travel. Leave or leisure travel to or through foreign countries or territories is highly discouraged. RADM P. F. Thomas, Deputy for Personnel Readiness, sends. Travel outside of these locally defined zones while on leave or liberty must be discussed with and approved by the CO/OINC or first O-6/GS-15 in the chain-of-command.