Army Troops in Ft. Leonard Wood are getting an update on the local travel restrictions as a result of COVID 19.
Officials say temporary travel as well as pass and leave movements are now restricted for all military personnel to withing 100 miles of the Fort, which includes Lake of the Ozarks.
Those planning to visit off-post barber shops, nail spas and beauty salons can do so by appointment only.
Tanning salons, tattoo parlors, gyms and the Lake Area Cabins continue to remain off limits.
All personal will be required to continue following CDC guidelines both on and off the base, including wearing a mask and maintaining 6 feet of social distancing.
General Order Number One, signed Wednesday, by post commander, Brigadier General James Bonner applies to all service members assigned to, attached to, or performing duties at the MSCoE and Fort Leonard Wood.
It does not apply to family members or Department of Defense civilian employees, unless traveling at government expense.
The change also allows for the consideration of additional Garrison activities to open or to increase occupancy, such as MWR services.
Addi tonally, Taxi and ride-sharing services remain off limits, Family days are still canceled and all graduation ceremonies must remain virtual.