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Find the latest information on the Coronavirus outbreak in Utah, including public health measures, contact information, news updates, and more.

Hill Air Force Base Implements More Mitigation Efforts Against COVID-19

As of now, Hill Air Force base in Davis County will only allow mission essential employees to report for duty.

Military members who are not required to be on base must be on standby via telephone.

Col Jon Eberlan, 75th Air Base Wing Commander says the number one priority at the base is to protect  Airmen, government contractors and their families.

 

According to a statement people not considered mission essential cannot visit their work center unless they contact a supervisor. Contractor and contractor employees are still allowed to continue to work on the base unless notified by their supervisors.

 

The commissary, Shoppettes, Base Exchange, pharmacy, and Medical Group are still open.

Hill Air Force Base reported its first coronavirus case on Friday, March 20. No other cases have been reported at this time.

At 14-years-old, Kerry began working as a reporter for KVEL “The Hot One” in Vernal, Utah. Her radio news interests led her to Logan where she became news director for KBLQ while attending Utah State University. She graduated USU with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and spent the next few years working for Utah Public Radio. Leaving UPR in 1993 she spent the next 14 years as the full time mother of four boys before returning in 2007. Kerry and her husband Boyd reside in Nibley.