Last Updated: 03/11/2022


COVID Testing

5 JAN 2022 Update: In order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 the following testing guidelines apply to all Malmstrom AFB personnel:

  • Active Duty personnel seeking COVID-19 testing during duty hours must utilize the 341st Medical Group COVID testing Walk In Clinic (Monday – Friday, 0730 - 1100).
  • Dependents of Active Duty personnel, retirees, US Government civilian employees and contractors working at Malmstrom AFB seeking a test during duty hours are highly encouraged to utilize the 341st Medical Group COVID Testing Walk In Clinic (Monday – Friday, 0730 - 1100).
  • Active Duty personnel, dependents of Active Duty personnel, US Government civilian employees and contractors working at Malmstrom AFB who are COVID tested off of Malmstrom AFB must remain in quarantine while awaiting their off base results. If results are positive for COVID, the person should then consider themselves in isolation and stay home.

Malmstrom Public Health is notified of all positive COVID test results from both the 341 Medical Group as well as Cascade County Health Department if tested off base. If tested off base in Cascade County, individuals do NOT need to report to 341 MDG for additional testing/notification. Please await Public Health contact for further guidance if you have tested positive off base.

Please contact the 341st Medical Group at 406-731-4MED with any question concerning this memorandum or COVID-19 testing in general.

The following services are no longer provided: 

  • Testing for leisure travel clearances
  • Testing to be “released from quarantine”


11 March 2022 Update:  Mask wear is not required on Malmstrom Air Force Base and the associated missile complex; subject to the exception of all DoD personnel and visitors in the 341st Medical Group's in patient care and waiting areas. Indoor mask wear is no longer required at the Child Development Center. There is now a Three-Tiered Policy system in place to address mask wear and screening testing per community level.

341 MW Mask Wear Policy (11 March 2022)

base precautions

Health Protection Condition.  Effective 22 February 2022, the HPCON is set to Alpha but remains a scalable tool to address changes in the threat.

Off base businesses. Military members are permitted to visit restaurants, theaters, bars, night clubs, casinos and other public spaces.

Vaccine availability

The 341st Medical Group is no longer requiring appointments for COVID-19 testing or COVID-19 vaccinations.

COVID-19 Vaccines:

The Malmstrom AFB Clinic is offering both Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 booster vaccines to the following demographics (per CDC recommendations):

Please note: Patients seeking the booster vaccines should bring in their COVID-19 vaccine card when they visit the Immunizations Clinic Monday through Friday 0730-1600 (Closed 1200-1300).

If you have any further questions, please contact the appointment line at 731-4MED (4633).

To view the U.S. Risk Map in real-time, visit

For Montana: Montana Cases by County

Facebook Live Town Hall FAQs:

February 10, 2021 MDG Facebook Live Vaccine Town Hall Transcript (Download)

All of the latest information and Facebook Livestream events can be found on our Facebook Page.

Moderna vaccine facts

Risk Chart


Current restricted travel information can be found on the CDC website, or on the Department of State travel site.


Visitor Control Center Hours
Monday – Friday: 0730-1630
Closed on weekends/holidays
**For after-hours access, 2nd Ave Gate will grant temporary passes
Required items to obtain a Visitors Pass:
- Full name
- Date of Birth
- Driver’s License or State ID
**A sponsor must accompany to obtain pass


Malmstrom AFB
Medical Appointments: (406) 731-4633
Public Health: (406) 731-4405
TRICARE Service: 1 (800) 866-9378
Other Numbers:
Emergency: 911
24hr Nurse Advice Line: 1 (800) 874-2273
Useful Websites:
TRICARE Nurse Advice Line


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