Dining Facility takes precautions against COVID-19
By Senior Airman Dylan Gentile, 919th Special Operations Wing
/ Published August 14, 2020
DUKE FIELD, Fla. --
In an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, leadership at the 919th Special Operations Force Support Squadron changed the way they serve food to Airmen.
“The Airmen come in, they’re asked some screening questions, and they wash their hands before going into the dining area,” said Senior Airman Lilian King, a services journeyman with the 919th SOFSS.
During the August Unit Training Assembly, services Airmen directed patrons to where they could pick up premade meals.
“We’re stopping the spread of COVID-19 by limiting people touching things and not letting people congregate,” said Airman 1st Class Chelsea Massey, a services journeyman with the 919th SOFSS. “It’s important that we take these precautions to make sure our Airmen can get fed safely.”
Other facilities around the 919th Special Operations Wing are also finding innovative new ways to keep Airmen safe during the pandemic. To learn more about how the 919th SOW is working to prevent the spread of COVID-19, check out the news section on the app or on our website at 919sow.afrc.af.mil