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COVID-19 Information

covid01.pngcovid02.pngOn 11 March 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) a pandemic.

Since then, the pandemic has continued to spread across the globe and challenged our health, everyday and professional life.

From the very beginning, the Joint Force Training Centre (JFTC) has taken necessary measures to inform and prepare its staff and international community to face COVID-19.

We have been monitoring the global pandemic in close coordination with our superiors, other NATO commands, Polish national, military and medical authorities.

All directions and guidance from the Host Nation Poland have been immediately implemented.

Over the months, our leadership have prepared personnel and taken preventative measures to minimise risks related to COVID-19.

We have set up a special team, the COVID-19 Task Force, to make sure we do everything we can to protect our people and our neighbourhood

At the same time, the Joint Force Training Centre have successfully implemented various innovative solutions in order to maintain its mission-readiness and continue its core tasks in support of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation and Supreme Allied Commander Europe.