Quote from: TheSkyHornet on October 13, 2020, 03:02:28 pmBut our state does not mandate quarantining if you travel across the border, and we have a number of residents who are members in neighboring wings, those who are members of this wing but reside in another state, as well as members who work across state lines. I have seen wing plans that restrict members from attending meetings if they traveled out of state recently, which does not align with state guidance.
Quote from: Eclipse on October 13, 2020, 02:50:23 pmCAP is a national organization, and this requires national policies and leadership,
especially if there is going to be inter-wing travel, which is starting to happen,
even among states in different phases (CAP and civilly).
Quote from: NovemberWhiskey on October 13, 2020, 12:11:49 pmHas there been any further national-level guidance since the July updates for Covid-19 remobilization?
Quote from: Holding Pattern on October 13, 2020, 12:16:40 pmIf your state is not meeting the metrics it should, notify your chain of command.Not really what I asked, nor do the plans required of wings by national HQ address it, so "hard to tell". I'm specifically addressing the following from FAQ #6:
Quote from: NHQNew criteria are also expected to be added to this site as more is learned about COVID-19, and the CAP COVID-19 Planning Team will work with Wings as new criteria are added to determine the best course(s) of action going forward.... since it really doesn't look like the trending on the resources provided up to this point looks good.
Quote from: AirDX on October 13, 2020, 12:22:51 pmWe rolled back to Phase 0. As well we should. A few simple things and people can't just do them. The virus did not just magically go away.Your profile unit indicates 'PCR-WI-049' which ... doesn't seem quite right? PCR-WA-049? GLR-WI-049? It's interesting that neither of those are listed as having regressed to phase 0 on the remobilization page. Perhaps this has happened in more places and the page just isn't being updated.