In order to protect operational security as we preserve the nation’s combat readiness, the Air Force and the other military services will only provide total numbers of service members with COVID-19 at the service level. 

Creech AFB Phases to New Normal

Services & Facilities access to Creech AFB are returning via a phased approach for the Hunter Family. Creech AFB currently, in Phase III, Mission sustainment, with Phase II measures. 

Info & Home-Resources

Creech AFB-specific updates!


Do you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath and been exposed to someone who has been recently quarantined for the Coronavirus or has been tested positive for the Coronavirus? If you or a family member believe you might be infected with COVID-19, use one of the following options BEFORE going to the Creech Clinic: the Nellis AFB COVID-19 Hotline, available from 6:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. at (702)-653-CARE, option 9. OR call the TRICARE Nurse Advice Hotline, available 24/7, at 1-800-874-2273, option 1.

Seek medical attention at an ER immediately if you develop any of the following emergency warning signs of COVID-19 or other medical problem:  extreme difficulty breathing, bluish lips/face, constant pain/pressure in the chest, severe constant dizziness/lightheadedness, acting confused, difficult to wake up, slurred speech, or new seizure/ongoing seizure, or any other symptom that is severe or concerning.

Continue to be safe and take precautionary measures - your health and safety is important to us!

  • Avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness (fever, cough, difficulty breathing)
  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds before and after preparing food, eating, and touching your face
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub with at least 60% alcohol
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, throw the tissue away immediately and wash your hands

These tips are not official CDC guidance, please keep in mind they are recommendations compiled from other sources. See more here

COVID Coach App:

  • Developed by the VA Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, National Center for PTSD, and the VA Mobile Mental Health Team, the app is free, secure, and helps connect users to important resources for coping and adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic. Customized tools are available to help cope with stress, stay well, stay safe, stay healthy, stay connected, and navigate parenting, care-giving, and working from home while physically distancing, quarantined, or sheltered in place. Users can track their mood, visualize their progress, and find resources to seek additional help and support.
  • COVID Coach is available today in the Apple Store for IOS devices and will soon be available on Android devices.

Please hold your CAC with the barcode out to our Defenders when entering the base. Do NOT hand them your card, look away while they're scanning and always comply with the instructions of our Defenders.

  • The Department of Defense (DoD) expanded the eligibility for due to the COVID-19 transitions, to help military families eliminate academic stressors. for U.S. Military Families program will now include ALL active duty, National Guard, Reserve and Wounded Warrior service members; DoD civilian personnel; and all of their dependent children and spouses! For details please visit
  • Provides:
    • Around-the-Clock Help
      • Work with a tutor from any internet-connected device, anywhere in the world
      • Connect to an expert tutor available on demand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week*
      • Get online tutoring help three ways: request a tutor’s help right now, schedule a future tutoring session, or upload a document for offline review and get comments back within 24 hours
      • Use the free app < Caution- >  for IOS and Android mobile devices—take a picture of a homework problem and upload it for the tutor to see

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Medical Support

COVID Prevention Toolkit

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