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Senior leadership from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell garrison and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital continued their weekly Facebook Live town hall series, May 19, providing updates on the post’s COVID-19 response and its impacts on operations and the community.

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The Fort Campbell Garrison has been fully employed and engaged during this COVID-19 crisis. We never stopped working or providing services to those we support. Here are a few highlights of which the entire workforce can be proud:

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More than 200 Soldiers assigned to the 586th Field Hospital, 531st Hospital Center, who deployed to New York City March 26 to aid in the fight against COVID-19, returned to Fort Campbell May 12.

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Senior leadership from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell garrison and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital continued their weekly Facebook Live town hall series, May 12, providing updates on the post’s COVID-19 response and its impacts on operations and the community.

Army environmental science and health experts say remaining vigilant and practicing proper cleaning procedures, hygiene and social distancing is as important as ever for military communities as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

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During the initial days of Fort Campbell’s COVID-19 response, the Emergency Operations Center team worked quickly to prepare for potential cases while establishing protections for the Soldiers, Families and civilians who live and work on the installation.

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Senior leadership from the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell garrison and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital continued their weekly Facebook Live town hall series, April 28, to provide updates on COVID-19, and its impacts on post operations and the community.

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