Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Currently USAG Stuttgart is at Health Protection Condition HPCON: Bravo

Be Vigilant. Protect Others. Stay Safe.

              • Reduce contacts to within your household, work or school “bubble.”
              • Wear a face mask when required, and outside when 6 feet (1.5 meters) of distance from others cannot be guaranteed.
              • Stay home if you feel ill.
              • Wash your hands frequently.
              • Regularly disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

USAG Stuttgart Memorandum: Latest COVID-19 Guidelines for Stuttgart Military Community

Guidelines for Mask Wear on Post

Baden-Württemberg Host Nation Coronavirus Guidance

USAG Stuttgart Community COVID Guidelines

USAG Stuttgart Community COVID Guidelines*

A face covering requirement (minimum of a medical mask, as of Jan 12, cloth masks are no longer acceptable on post) is in place for indoor areas of USAG Stuttgart installations for all personnel aged over 5 years, regardless of vaccination status.

Testing | Screening Hours at U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart (Patch Barracks)

Monday thru Friday, closed on Federal Holidays.
*8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

⚠️ In light of increased traffic at the testing site, please drive extra carefully and obey all traffic signs and the orders of posted personnel. ⚠️

USAG Stuttgart guidelines for Restriction of Movement (ROM) orders can be found here.


USAG Stuttgart Volunteering Opportunities

Medical Volunteers via the American Red Cross

The Stuttgart Army Medical Clinic (on Patch Barracks) seeks qualified medical volunteers. Those interested should contact the American Red Cross Stuttgart Station. Information on volunteering with the American Red Cross in Stuttgart can be found here. If you are a qualified medical professional and want to inquire about how to volunteer in Stuttgart, please send us an email.

Personal Assistance Volunteers | Army Community Service

Opportunities to assist community members affected by isolation or quarantine orders. Opportunities to help high risk community members with:

  • Errands
  • Over the counter medication
  • Video/telephone calls to keep someone company.
  • Helping off post community members with important items when it is not their group week to shop.

If you would like to volunteer to help your community, please contact Army Community Service.

Are you in need of assistance?

We have members of our community ready to help you. We want to protect our high risk community members and those that have been isolated or quarantined with

  • shopping
  • errands
  • or maybe even just a chat to keep you company.

If you would like to request help, please contact Army Community Service.


General COVID Health Guidance and Prevention Tips


General Orders, Policy Letters, and External Links