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New sanitizer stations located throughout Arnold AFB

Hand sanitizer stations are being deployed at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., at facility entrances and high-traffic areas. Masks, bottles of hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies have been available at facilities since early in the COVID-19 pandemic. These new stations are temporary, lightweight, cardboard stations being implemented to help determine the best locations to install permanent stations. In addition, wall-mounted hand sanitizer dispensers will be installed outside of each restroom. The AbilityOne contractor will be responsible for maintaining and refilling the stations. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Hand sanitizer stations are being deployed at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., at facility entrances and high-traffic areas. Masks, bottles of hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies have been available at facilities since early in the COVID-19 pandemic. These new stations are temporary, lightweight, cardboard stations being implemented to help determine the best locations to install permanent stations. In addition, wall-mounted hand sanitizer dispensers will be installed outside of each restroom. The AbilityOne contractor will be responsible for maintaining and refilling the stations. (U.S. Air Force photo)

ARNOLD AIR FORCE BASE, Tenn. -- Hand sanitizer stations are being deployed at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., at facility entrances and high-traffic areas. Masks, bottles of hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies have been available at facilities since early in the COVID-19 pandemic. These new stations are temporary, lightweight, cardboard stations being implemented to help determine the best locations to install permanent stations. In addition, wall-mounted hand sanitizer dispensers will be installed outside of each restroom. The AbilityOne contractor will be responsible for maintaining and refilling the stations. (U.S. Air Force photo)