COVID-19: ROM & QUARANTINE SOLUTIONS

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IMPLEMENTING DEPLOYMENT/REDEPLOYMENT SCREENING & ROM GUIDANCE
To ensure operational security and the safety of personnel and their families, units may need to quarantine large groups prior to and post mobilization during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes active duty and Reserve Component (RC) service members, as well as National Guard members in a title 10 or title 32 duty status and civilian employees deploying within or outside the U.S. until after it has been deemed safe to do so.

Force Health Protection Guidance (Supplement 9) addresses deployment and redeployment screenings and 14-day restriction of movement (ROM) during the coronavirus pandemic. Most units don’t have a designated area to house service members for the mandatory two-week, pre- and post-deployment quarantine. Read the entire memorandum at adsinc.com/FHPG.

Additionally, those with a confirmed positive COVID-19 test, symptomatic individuals and those who meet the probable infection requirements must be isolated. Because of the high transmission rate of this illness, patients can quickly overwhelm existing healthcare facilities if the virus isn’t kept under containment.

ROM-QUARANTINE-SOLUTIONS Marines getting their gear
COVID-19-ROM Swab testing site
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ADS has fielded a variety of expanded footprint and quarantine requests, so we’ve compiled the following example shelter solutions that allow units to meet the necessary guidelines. If you don't see what you're looking for, just ask. We work with hundreds of suppliers across industries and leverage those relationships to track down what you need, when you need it.

  • Isolation units for the sick
  • Containerized billeting for quarantine
  • Modular units for quarantine billeting
  • Modular units for footprint expansion
  • Soft-wall solutions for footprint expansion
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Shelter Solutions for Expanded Footprint and Quarantine

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ROM and quarantine requirements need unique solutions, ensuring health and safety are a top priority. These solutions must be developed, acquired and delivered quickly.

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Rapid Acquisition. Proven Performance.

The DOD needs facilities and cannot wait years for MILCON money to come through. Tents and relocatable rigid shelters are accessed easily via the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Tailored Logistics Support (TLS) Program in a matter of days or weeks instead of months or years.

ADS is a participating vendor in the Special Operational Equipment (SOE) DLA TLS Program. This dynamic contract offers an easy to use, streamlined acquisition process that ensures on-time deliveries and dedicated customer support.

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