COVID-19

Service members like U.S. Army Sgt. Trista Urban support garrison efforts to combat COVID-19, by limiting the number of shoppers at the Patch Barracks' commissary, reminding people about handwashing and wiping down carts. Photo by Rick Scavetta, USAG Stuttgart.

Garrison unleashes the ‘tigers’ against COVID-19

A joint service team of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines screen community members entering highly-trafficked garrison services.

May 22, 2020 ×
A free space on the grass is usually much harder to find on Stuttgart's Schlossplatz, seen here on May 3, 2020. Photo by Bardia Khajenoori, USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs.

Baden-Württemberg’s phased COVID reopenings (May 18 update)

A Stuttgart Citizen guide to current COVID prevention regulations in the local area

May 21, 2020 ×
Local news translated, May 20

Local news translated, May 20

Local news translated by USAG Stuttgart

May 20, 2020 ×
Local news translated, May 19

Local news translated, May 19

Local news translated by USAG Stuttgart

May 19, 2020 ×
Melissa Stampfly picks up a gelato delivery from Victoria Kern for community members on Robinson Barracks during COVID-19.

Living with COVID delays and restrictions

Since the start of COVID-19, community members at USAG Stuttgart have supported their neighbors.

May 19, 2020 ×
Susanna Wilkerson selects potatoes as a volunteer shopper for the curbside pickup program. Photo by Rebecca Castellano, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart.

Curbside shopping starts amid coronavirus response

Curbside delivery will continue to be available as needed until the risk of exposure to COVID-19 is eliminated.

May 18, 2020 ×
The McIntosh family (Army). Photo by Kristen Benda.

Window portraits highlight COVID-19 challenges with humor

“If I can do something to spread love and not the virus, then I want to bring some light to this dark time.” Kristen Benda.

May 16, 2020 ×
Local news translated, May 14

Local news translated, May 14

Local news translated by USAG Stuttgart

May 15, 2020 ×
Local news translated, May 15

Local news translated, May 15

Local news translated by USAG Stuttgart

May 14, 2020 ×
Master Sgt. Yvonne Stubbs sorts mail at Patch Barracks in Stuttgart. Photos by Rick Scavetta, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

Volunteers pitch in to pitch mail

Postal staff and volunteers across U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart work tirelessly, despite the threat of COVID-19 in the community.

May 14, 2020 ×
Local news translated, May 13

Local news translated, May 13

Local news translated by USAG Stuttgart

May 13, 2020 ×
Dacian Toderescu of the combat vets association screens patrons the USAG Stuttgart community mailroom on Patch barracks.
The combat vets association assisted screening visitors on the Sunday in order that service members could be stood down.
Photo by Paul Hughes, USAG Stuttgart public affairs.

Community volunteers, a unity of effort

Selfless service is the secret sauce to how this community functions — everyone helps out when and how they can.

May 13, 2020 ×
Photo by Rebecca Castellano, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Katherine Gavitt holds her daughter, Eritrea.

Patch Barracks welcomes a baby girl

“It worked out exactly as it was meant to, so I could have the people I needed around me.”

May 13, 2020 ×
Local news translated, May 12

Local news translated, May 12

Local news translated by USAG Stuttgart

May 12, 2020 ×
COVID-19 has put essential services employees on the frontline in such places as the Express on Patch. Photo by Rick Scavetta.

Frontline workers essential to COVID-19 fight

Staff, augmented by service members, volunteers and emergency hires, have not missed a beat.

May 12, 2020 ×