From the VA's National Cemetery Administration::
"Starting March 23, 2020, as a matter of public health and safety, committal services and the rendering of military funeral honors, whether by military personnel or volunteer organizations, will be suspended until further notice at VA national cemeteries. Immediate family members (limited to 10 individuals) of the deceased may choose to witness the interment if desired. Cemeteries will work to schedule a committal or memorial service at a later date for those families that choose to continue the direct interment."
That's the second of five paragraphs in the alert. The fourth paragraph is:
"Our cemeteries will remain open to visitors, but we strongly urge all guests to obey local travel restrictions and avoid unnecessary travel. Visitors should expect that certain portions of a cemetery typically open to the public may be closed (for example, public information centers, chapels). Please consult the local cemetery for more information."
Guess I'll wait. I tried using the online search function to locate Clovis' grave, and he wasn't listed...yet (possible that the cemetery database hadn't been updated yet, but I've seen where graves to be dug, were marked with a deceased vet/spouse's name before their internment took place).
That...and the mayor of Fort Worth issued a "mandatory" Shelter-in-Place order, "restricting" citizens to drive only to work, grocery stores, and healthcare facilities. What if I need to go to the bank to make a deposit and order new checks. I Don't trust the online options.