On Tuesday, May 27, Pentagon officials said the stop-movement order in effect for military families on permanent change-of-station moves, originally set to run through June 30, will be lifted in stages, with some installations to begin accepting transfers immediately.
According to the US Military news website, the installations approved for immediate lifting of restrictions and travel and permanent changes of station would be listed in a classified document and named as early as Wednesday, May 28.
Matt Donovan, under secretary of defense for personnel and readiness said, "at select installations stateside that have met White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on preventing COVID-19, commanders will be able to 'go green immediately' on PCS moves."
Donovan and Lisa Hershman, the Pentagon's chief management officer, said that, overall, the lifting of the stop-movement restrictions would depend on local conditions, both stateside and overseas.
More information can be found in this article published on the US Military news website, military.com.