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Citing COVID-19 numbers, Naval Submarine Base enters HPCON Bravo


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GROTON, Conn. (Tribune News Service) — Noting that trends in coronavirus infection rates and hospitalizations “have indicated the virus has been adapting and its reach growing,” the Naval Submarine Base in Groton announced Wednesday that it is increasing its Force Health Protection Condition, or HPCON, from Alpha to Bravo, effective immediately.

HPCON Alpha is for limited community transmission, whereas Bravo is moderate, Charlie is substantial and Delta is severe.

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