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Hampton Roads’ Navy installations add new restrictions due to increasing COVID-19 cases


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(Tribune News Service) — Naval installations across Hampton Roads were ordered to enter new health and safety protocols Friday due to increasing coronavirus cases in the community.

The Department of Defense employs emergency health measures known as health protection conditions or HPCONs. Commanders review and update these HPCONs based on risk levels within a local community.

HPCON levels range from the routine level zero and ascend to levels Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and the most severe level Delta.

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