The plexiglass barriers are the latest in ongoing efforts to keep commissaries open while reducing virus spread.
Limitations will change from store to store, but directors are authorized to place restrictions on certain products.
The Defense Commissary Agency will require ID checks at store doors and block all non-authorized shoppers from entering.
Schools and support services worldwide updated guidance and plans in an attempt to deal with the virus.
The American Logistics Association, is "ramping up" its inventory of critical items to bases affected by the coronavirus.
However, access to American Forces Travel (AFT), the official Morale, Welfare and Recreation travel site, is still spotty.
Anybody who needs to spend more must request an exception from squadron or battalion commanders.
The issues affect new groups who became eligible to shop Jan. 1.
Here are the latest answers to veterans' and caregivers' questions about access to commissaries and exchanges.
Some vets who don't have a VHIC, from the VA will be able to use a VA benefits eligibility letter to get on base.