U.S. Air Force basic military training trainees placed in a 14-day restriction of movement period prepare to enter the dining facility at the 324th Training Squadron March 24, 2020, at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. New recruits who arrived to basic military training at JBSA-Lackland last week were the first group of trainees placed into the 14-day restriction of movement period, known as ROM. ROM trainees are healthy individuals with no known exposure to the COVID-19 virus and remain restricted within the training squadron for two weeks as an additional lay of protection to prevent the spread of COVID-19. During this period trainees exercise social distancing, which means maintaining a distance of approximately 6 feet, or 2 meters, from all others when possible to lessen chances of catching COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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