Updates from USO Leadership USO OPERATIONS UPDATE
In an abundance of caution as the COVID-19 outbreak continues to expand, both globally and in the United States, USO is immediately implementing the following policies to operate in a contingency mode across all USO centers globally, including USO Direct Report and USO Chartered Centers. These measures are being implemented to ensure the safety and health of military service members, family members, USO volunteers, and USO staff members and to reduce the risk of the broader spread of COVID-19 in the communities in which the USO serves. Another important goal is to continue delivering our mission and support to service members and families even in this contingency, especially as they and the military respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. Given the fluid nature of this situation, we will revisit these operational changes on a weekly basis and keep all stakeholders informed.
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