Coronavirus Articles

Department of Defense (DoD) officials are closely monitoring the outbreak of the respiratory illness COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. DoD is coordinating with interagency partners to ensure accurate and timely information is available and encourage all appropriate measures are taken to limit the virus' spread.


COVID-19 Testing: What TRICARE Covers

Keep These Summer Health and Safety Tips in Mind

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Got COVID-19 Questions? Read the Latest TRICARE FAQs

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TRICARE Dental Program Enrollees Receive Annual Maximum Increase

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Join the Fight Against COVID-19: Donate Convalescent Plasma

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TRICARE FAQs: COVID-19 and Testing

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TRICARE FAQs: COVID-19 and Quarantine

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TRICARE FAQs: COVID-19 and Telemedicine Services

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TRICARE Patient Portals Keep You Connected

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TRICARE FAQs: COVID-19 and Resuming Elective Procedures

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How TRICARE Is Responding to COVID-19 and What It Means for You

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TRICARE FAQs: COVID-19 and Face Masks

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TRICARE FAQs: Protecting Your Child Against COVID-19

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TRICARE FAQs: COVID-19 and Pregnancy

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Appointments, Immunity, and Scams: COVID-19 Myths vs. Facts

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Is Your Uniformed Services ID Card About to Expire?

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Blood Donation, Testing, and Research: COVID-19 Myths vs. Facts

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A Friendly Reminder: Keep Your DEERS Info Updated

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A Lifesaving Benefit: TRICARE Ambulance Services

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Face Masks, Stress: COVID-19 Myths vs. Facts

Get the Care You Need Now with TRICARE


Find Answers on TRICARE Coronavirus FAQ Page

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TRICARE Benefits for Activated National Guard and Reserve Members

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Military Hospital and Clinic Operations: COVID-19 Myths vs. Facts

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TRICARE Offers Telehealth Services for Mental Health Care

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With TRICARE, Help From a Nurse is Just a Call Away

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Be Cyber Aware: COVID-19 Myths vs. Facts

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Copayments Waived for COVID-19 Tests On or After March 18

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TRICARE is Here to Help: COVID-19 Information, Resources in One Place

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Get Familiar with Your Emergency and Urgent Care Options

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TRICARE Pharmacy Options: COVID-19 Myths vs. Facts

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How to Help: Delay Routine and Elective Medical and Dental Procedures

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Be Informed: COVID-19 Myth vs. Fact

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Beware of COVID-19 Testing Scams Targeting TRICARE Beneficiaries

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Staying Mentally Fit During Social Distancing

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Possible Military Pharmacy Changes Due to COVID-19

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TRICARE Extends Temporary Telehealth for ABA

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TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery Brings Your Prescriptions to Your Door

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TRICARE Covers Certain Telemedicine Services in the U.S.

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Health Protection Conditions, your actions will help limit COVID-19 community spread

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Pentagon Spokesman: DOD Ready to Help With Coronavirus, but Capability Limited

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New Medical Facility Access Measures in National Capital Region 

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Tracking COVID-19: Know the Symptoms and How to Get Care

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Tracking COVID-19: Keep Healthy Habits in Mind 

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Army Medical Personnel Describe Efforts to Develop Coronavirus Vaccine

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DoD Releases Guidance to Protect Forces From Novel Coronavirus

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Coronavirus: What Providers, Patients Should Know

 The CDC recommends the following actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses: •	Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. •	Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. •	Avoid close contact with people who are sick. •	Stay home when you are sick. •	Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. •	Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Last Updated 9/2/2020