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08 August 2020

  • FEMA Releases Latest State-by-State COVID-19 Data 5-29-20
    FEMA Releases Latest State-by-State COVID-19 Data 5-29-20

    WASHINGTON -- As FEMA, under the direction of the White House Task Force, has led the whole-of-America response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the past several weeks, billions of essential resources and protective equipment have been delivered throughout the nation.

    Thursday, President Trump announced his intent to extend the Title 32 orders for National Guard forces through mid-August. The President’s current authority provides governors continued command of their National Guard, while being 100% federally funded under Title 32, enabling these states to use the additional resources to meet the missions necessary in the whole-of-America COVID-19 response.

    Each state’s National Guard is still under the authority of its Governor and is working in concert with the Department of Defense.  In the days ahead, FEMA will work with the Department of Defense and the states to extend validated mission assignments to carry out the President’s direction.

    On Tuesday, FEMA announced that the federal government will distribute non-contact infrared thermometers to support phased reopening of the nation’s workplaces and restarting of the American economy. FEMA is coordinating e initial distribution and delivery of more than 438,000 thermometers to state, territorial and tribal locations.

    The federal government continues to meet demands for personal protective equipment through new acquisition, federal interagency allocation, private industry donations and the Strategic National Stockpile.

    Resources listed below are deliveries made by FEMA Regions, and are separate from all supplies delivered through Project Airbridge distributions:

    See a graphical by-the-numbers breakdown by FEMA Region

    Region I

    Connecticut

    Critical supplies delivered: 251,186 N95 respirators, 2.0 million gloves, 194,469 face shields, 806,534 surgical masks and 350 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $27.9 million in federal support to Connecticut.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in the New Britain/New Haven area.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Maine

    Critical supplies delivered: 263,787 N95 respirators, 230,914 gloves, 42,801 face shields and 204,393 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $10.7 million in federal support to Maine.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Massachusetts

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.7 million N95 respirators, 564,408 gloves, 369,557 face shields, 737,120 surgical masks and 400 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $63.9 million in federal support to Massachusetts.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in Boston/Somerville area.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    New Hampshire

    Critical supplies delivered: 263,442 N95 respirators, 217,612 gloves, 42,697 face shields and 203,849 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $17.7 million in federal support to New Hampshire.
    • The stay at home order has been extended to May 31.

    Rhode Island

    Critical supplies delivered: 213,487 N95 respirators, 376,926 gloves, 69,905 face shields, 338,003 surgical masks and 100 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $21.9 million dollars in federal support to Rhode Island.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in the North Kingston/Providence area.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Vermont

    Critical supplies delivered: 182,940 N95 respirators, 384,368 gloves, 67,875 face shields and 315,702 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $10.0 million in federal support to Vermont.
    • The stay at home order was extended until June 15.

    Region 2

    New York

    Critical supplies delivered: 9.6 million N95 respirators, 3.0 million gloves, 539,294 face shields, 2.6 million surgical masks and 4,430 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $1.1 billion in federal support to New York.
    • As of May 28, two Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in New York.
    • A phased reopening is underway, with some areas remaining under stay at home orders until June 13.

    New Jersey

    Critical supplies delivered: 3.5 million N95 respirators, 7.6 million gloves, 851,393 face shields, 1.3 million surgical masks and 1,065 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated more than $437.6 million in federal support to New Jersey.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Meadowlands.
    • The stay at home order remains in effect until terminated.

    Puerto Rico

    Critical supplies delivered: 212,434 N95 respirators, 299,908 gloves, 143,723 face shields and 344,275 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $46.2 million in federal support to Puerto Rico.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    U.S. Virgin Islands

    Critical supplies delivered: 34,521 N95 respirators, 48,760 gloves, 8,730 face shields and 89,054 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $16.0 million in federal support to U.S. Virgin Islands.
    • The stay at home order remains in effect until June 1.

    Region 3

    Delaware

    Critical supplies delivered: 77,434 N95 respirators, 691,008 gloves, 72,343 face shields, 209,665 surgical masks and 50 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $5.1 million in federal support to Delaware.
    • The stay at home order remains in effect until May 31, or until the health threat is eliminated.

    Maryland

    Critical supplies delivered: 3.6 million N95 respirators, 593,681 gloves, 278,789 face shields, 660,438 surgical masks and 470 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $54.6 million in federal support to Maryland.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Baltimore.
    • A phased reopening is underway, with restrictions in place for Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.

    Pennsylvania

    Critical supplies delivered: 4.4 million N95 respirators, 797,846 gloves, 575,471 face shields and 916,130 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $74.6 million in federal support to Pennsylvania.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the Harrisburg/Glenn Mills area.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Virginia

    Critical supplies delivered: 291,357 N95 respirators, 632,976 gloves, 101,035 face shields and 610,221 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $166.1 million in federal support to Virginia.
    • As of May 28, three Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in the Blacksburg, Hampton and Richmond areas.
    • A phased reopening is underway with restrictions in place for Northern Virginia.

    Washington D.C.

    Critical supplies delivered: 754,677 N95 respirators, 789,242 gloves, 71,201 face shields, 417,582 surgical masks and 200 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $56.4 million in federal support to the District of Columbia.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in Washington, DC.
    • The stay at home order ends on June 8, or until any emergency date extension is issued.

    West Virginia

    Critical supplies delivered: 178,488 N95 respirators, 253,206 gloves, 81,459 face shields and 320,539 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $11.8 million in federal support to West Virginia.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Region 4

    Alabama

    Critical Supplies to Alabama: 502,473 N95 respirators, 337,541 gloves, 77,021 face shields and 362,582 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $28.0 million in federal support to Alabama.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Birmingham.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Florida

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.0 million N95 respirators, 977,872 gloves, 227,699 face shields, 1.1 million surgical masks and 200 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $115.0 million in federal support to Florida.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Miami.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Georgia

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.7 million N95 respirators, 1.4 million gloves, 184,115 face shields, 768,836 surgical masks and 150 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $96.0 million in federal support to Georgia.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Kennesaw.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Kentucky

    Critical supplies delivered: 797,082 N95 respirators, 521,202 gloves, 69,079 face shields and 342,922 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $17.4 million in federal support to Kentucky.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Louisville.
    • A phased reopening underway.

    Mississippi

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.3 million N95 respirators, 259,438 gloves, 59,983 face shields and 421,711 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $22.5 million in federal support to Mississippi.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Jackson.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    North Carolina

    Critical supplies delivered: 903,992 N95 respirators, 426,154 gloves, 114,427 face shields and 580,551 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $25.7 million in federal support to North Carolina.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    South Carolina

    Critical supplies delivered: 394,762 N95 respirators, 301,448 gloves, 71,575 face shields and 355,505 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $69.5 million in federal support to South Carolina.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Eastover.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Tennessee

    Critical supplies delivered: 756,938 N95 respirators, 657,302 gloves, 117,799 face shields and 677,882 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $127.7 million in federal support to Tennessee.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Lebanon.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Region 5

    Illinois

    Critical supplies delivered: 4.6 million N95 respirators, 7.0 million gloves, 547,230 face shields, 1.5 million surgical masks and 620 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $235.7 million in federal support to Illinois.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in Waukegan.
    • A phased reopening is occurring at local levels.

    Indiana

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.5 million N95 respirators, 860,534 gloves, 172,793 face shields and 440,683 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $39.7 million in federal support to Indiana.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Indianapolis.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Michigan

    Critical supplies delivered: 8.6 million N95 respirators, 838,930 gloves, 311,571 face shields, 747,018 surgical masks and 700 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $225.0 million in federal support to Michigan.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Detroit.
    • The stay at home orders have been extended to June 12.

    Minnesota

    Critical supplies delivered: 463,519 N95 respirators, 325,640 gloves, 78,497 face shields and 521,005 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $2.4 million in federal support to Minnesota.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Ohio

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.8 million N95 respirators, 6.3 million gloves, 182,291 face shields and 672,263 surgical masks. • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $46.3 million in federal support to Ohio. • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Columbus. • The stay at home order ends Friday, May 29.

    Wisconsin

    Critical supplies delivered: 451,708 N95 respirators, 487,346 gloves, 151,239 face shields and 506,163 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $57.6 million in federal support to Wisconsin.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Madison.
    • No statewide stay at home order, phased reopening underway at local levels.

    Region 6

    Arkansas

    Critical supplies delivered: 259,947 N95 respirators, 514,682 gloves, 112,762 face shields and 651,434 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $464,794 in federal support to Arkansas.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Little Rock.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Louisiana

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.0 million N95 respirators, 1.6 million gloves, 104,147 face shields, 494,800 surgical masks and 370 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $150.7 million in federal support to Louisiana.
    • Baton Rouge General Medical Center Mid-City Hospital mission extended to June 20. The center has seen 162 patients.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the New Orleans/Slidell area.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Oklahoma

    Critical supplies delivered: 385,706 N95 respirators, 279,304 gloves, 63,947 face shields and 685,447 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $18.4 million in federal support to Oklahoma.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Muskogee.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    New Mexico

    Critical supplies delivered: 176,868 N95 respirators, 321,430 gloves, 59,179 face shields and 237,889 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $24.9 million in federal support to New Mexico.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Rio Rancho.
    • Stay at home order extended to May 31.

    Texas

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.3 million N95 respirators, 2.0 million gloves, 390,647 face shields and

    • 1.7 million surgical masks.
    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $517.5 million in federal support to Texas.
    • As of May 28, five Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in the Austin, Corpus Christie, Dallas, El Paso and Houston areas.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Region 7

    Iowa

    Critical supplies delivered: 148,368 N95 respirators, 345,442 gloves, 84,577 face shields and 451,235 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $150.5 million in federal support to Iowa.
    • No statewide stay at home orders issued, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

    Kansas

    supplies delivered: 516,976 N95 respirators, 2.8 million gloves, 116,842 face shields and 651,434 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $49.1 million in federal support to Kansas.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the Topeka/Kansas City area.
    • A phased reopening with local restrictions is underway.

    Missouri

    Critical supplies delivered: 909,289 N95 respirators, 359,996 gloves, 84,399 face shields and 518,001 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $30.2 million in federal support to Missouri.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Jefferson City.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Nebraska

    Critical supplies delivered: 95,788 N95 respirators, 274,930 gloves, 62,147 face shields and 227,217 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $17.1 million in federal support to Nebraska.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Region 8

    Colorado

    Critical supplies delivered: 560,122 N95 respirators, 625,836 gloves, 115,305 face shields and 617,764 million surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $217.1 million in federal support to Colorado.
    • As of May 28, two Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in the Denver area.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Montana

    Critical supplies delivered: 147,486 N95 respirators, 224,326 gloves, 40,611 face shields and 188,859 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $12.6 million in federal support to Montana.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Helena.
    • A phased reopening is underway at local level.

    North Dakota

    Critical supplies delivered: 216,890 N95 respirators, 629,300 gloves, 37,077 face shields and 174,337 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $12.1 million in federal support to North Dakota.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Bismarck.
    • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

    South Dakota

    Critical supplies delivered: 90,074 N95 respirators, 209,886 gloves, 121,313 face shields and 182,077 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $10.2 million in federal support to South Dakota.
    • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

    Utah

    Critical supplies delivered: 215,214 N95 respirators, 254,284 gloves, 55,329 face shields and 270,189 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $2.9 million in federal support to Utah.
    • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

    Wyoming

    Critical supplies delivered: 136,534 N95 respirators, 198,538 gloves, 36,125 face shields and 169,343 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $55,154 in federal support to Wyoming.
    • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

    Region 9

    American Samoa

    Critical supplies delivered: 39,039 N95 respirators, 76,470 gloves, 8,286 face shields, 38,422 surgical masks and 10 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $1.1 million in federal support to American Samoa.
    • Stay at home orders extended to May 31.

    Arizona

    Critical supplies delivered: 537,715 N95 respirators, 482,208 gloves, 91,993 face shields and 436,477 surgical masks and 101 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $33.9 million in federal support to Arizona.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Phoenix.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    California

    Critical supplies delivered: 3.0 million N95 respirators, 1.8 million gloves, 508,442 face shields, 3.8 million surgical masks and 170 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $1.0 billion in federal support to California.
    • As of May 28, two Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in the Los Angeles and Fremont areas.
    • Onshore USNS Mercy personnel are working with National Guard and Veteran Affairs staff to augment patient care in skilled nursing facilities in the Los Angeles area. USNS Mercy onshore mission is set to conclude on May 30.
    • A phased reopening is underway with local restrictions.

    Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)

    Critical supplies delivered: 25,029 N95 respirators, 74,430 gloves, 8,272 face shields, 55,948 surgical masks and 25 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $5.3 million in federal support to CNMI.
    • A stay at home order remains in effect until emergency concludes.

    Guam

    Critical supplies delivered: 38,317 N95 respirators, 84,904 gloves, 13,560 face shields, 283,440 surgical masks and 59 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $11.1 million in federal support to Guam.
    • A stay at home order is extended until May 30, phased reopening underway with local restrictions.

    Hawaii

    Critical supplies delivered: 146,622 N95 respirators, 224,724 gloves, 43,079 face shields and 205,857 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $39.8 million in federal support to Hawaii.
    • A stay at home order ends May 31, a phased reopening is underway with local restrictions.

    Nevada

    Critical supplies delivered: 642,207 N95 respirators, 286,680 gloves, 54,775 face shields and 297,285 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $37.2 million in federal support to Nevada.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Las Vegas.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Region 10

    Alaska

    Critical supplies delivered: 74,114 N95 respirators, 286,252 gloves, 68,605 face shields, 176,063 surgical masks and 60 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $6.2 million in federal support to Alaska.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Idaho

    Critical supplies delivered: 121,090 N95 respirators, 223,974 gloves, 44,887 face shields and 315,357 surgical masks.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $1.3 million in federal support to Idaho.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Idaho Falls.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Oregon

    Critical supplies delivered: 598,920 N95 respirators, 616,724 gloves, 130,643 face shields, 319,101 surgical masks and 150 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $55.5 million in federal support to Oregon.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the Eugene/Wilsonville area.
    • No official expiration date, a phased reopening is underway with local restrictions.

    Washington

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.5 million N95 respirators, 983,890 gloves, 127,201 face shields, 841,348 surgical masks and 500 ventilators.

    • As of May 28, FEMA has obligated $76.0 million in federal support to Washington.
    • As of May 28, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Tacoma.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

     

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    cheryl.gill Mon, 07/27/2020 - 01:30
  • FEMA Releases Latest State-by-State Data on PPE 6-11-20
    FEMA Releases Latest State-by-State Data on PPE 6-11-20

    WASHINGTON – As FEMA, under the direction of the White House Task Force, has led the whole-of-America response to the COVID-19 pandemic for the past several weeks, billions of essential resources and protective equipment have been delivered throughout the nation.

    As of June 10, FEMA, HHS, and Project Airbridge combined have coordinated the delivery of, or are currently shipping: 94.7 million N-95 respirators, 149.2 million surgical masks, 14.3 million face shields, 44.6 million surgical gowns and over 1 billion gloves. Additionally, as of June 10, FEMA has made 14,752 deliveries of medical supplies to nursing homes in 53 states and territories.

    FEMA continues working to source and procure testing material – specifically, testing swabs and transport media. FEMA has procured and delivered 19.3 million swabs and 12 million units of media. The FEMA-sourced material will be provided to states, territories and tribes for a limited duration to help increase testing capacity in support of their individualized plans. As of June 10, CDC, state and local public health labs and other laboratories have tested more than 21.6 million samples.

    Earlier this week, FEMA announced that the Emergency Food and Shelter Program’s National Board will begin disbursing $320 million to assist organizations in communities across the country dedicated to providing food, shelter and supportive services to people with economic emergencies, including our nation's hungry and homeless populations.

    These funds are for people with non-disaster related emergencies and can be used for a broad range of services, including: mass shelter, mass feeding, food pantries and food banks, payment of one-month’s utility bills to prevent loss of services, payment of one-month’s rent/mortgage to prevent evictions/foreclosures and transition assistance from shelters to stable living conditions.

    FEMA also released guidance to assist state, tribal and territorial governments in planning mass care delivery.

    Given the unique circumstances presented by a pandemic environment, planning is critical to ensure resources, facilities, and workers are in place to provide shelter services and maintain health and well-being of both survivors and workers. The “Mass Care/Emergency Assistance Pandemic Planning Considerations” guide provides information on sheltering, feeding, evacuation and the federal resource request process.

    As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $7 billion to support COVID-19 response efforts. In the past week, that amount includes:

    • $7.9 million for California.
    • $18 million for Maryland.

    Resources listed below are deliveries made by FEMA Regions, and are separate from all supplies delivered through Project Airbridge distributions:

    Region 1

     

    Connecticut

    Critical supplies delivered: 251,186 N-95 respirators, 3.4 million gloves, 200,469 face shields, 965,824 surgical masks and 350 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $33.1 million in federal support to Connecticut.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is operational in the New Britain/New Haven area.

    Maine

    Critical supplies delivered: 263,787 N-95 respirators, 230,914 gloves, 42,801 face shields and 234,393 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $11.7 million in federal support to Maine.

    Massachusetts

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.7 million N-95 respirators, 564,408 gloves, 369,557 face shields, 737,120 surgical masks and 400 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $65.0 million in federal support to Massachusetts.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is operational in Boston/Somerville area.

    New Hampshire

    Critical supplies delivered: 263,442 N-95 respirators, 217,612 gloves, 42,697 face shields and 253,849 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $17.8 million in federal support to New Hampshire.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Rhode Island

    Critical supplies delivered: 233,647 N-95 respirators, 376,926 gloves, 69,905 face shields, 438,003 surgical masks and 100 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $30 million dollars in federal support to Rhode Island.

    Vermont

    Critical supplies delivered: 182,940 N-95 respirators, 384,368 gloves, 67,875 face shields and 345,702 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $10 million in federal support to Vermont.
    • The stay-at-home order was extended until June 15.

    Region 2

     

    New York

    Critical supplies delivered: 9.6 million N-95 respirators, 3 million gloves, 589,294 face shields, 2.6 million surgical masks and 4,670 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $1.1 billion in federal support to New York.
    • As of June 9, two Battelle N-95 decontamination units are located in New York.
    • A phased reopening is underway, with some areas remaining under stay at home orders until June 13.

    New Jersey

    Critical supplies delivered: 3.7 million N-95 respirators, 13.2 million gloves, 860,393 face shields, 2 million surgical masks and 1,065 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated more than $454.6 million in federal support to New Jersey.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Meadowlands.
    • The stay-at-home order remains in effect until terminated.

    Puerto Rico

    Critical supplies delivered: 516,434 N-95 respirators, 299,908 gloves, 143,723 face shields and 344,275 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $46.4 million in federal support to Puerto Rico.

    U.S. Virgin Islands

    Critical supplies delivered: 34,521 N-95 respirators, 65,760 gloves, 8,730 face shields and 89,054 surgical masks and 30 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $16 million in federal support to U.S. Virgin Islands.
    • A phased reopening is underway.

    Region 3

     

    Delaware

    Critical supplies delivered: 77,434 N-95 respirators, 691,008 gloves, 72,343 face shields, 244,665 surgical masks and 50 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $5.1 million in federal support to Delaware.

    Maryland

    Critical supplies delivered: 3.6 million N95 respirators, 593,681 gloves, 278,789 face shields, 660,438 surgical masks and 470 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $65.4 million in federal support to Maryland.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Baltimore.

    Pennsylvania

    Critical supplies delivered: 4.9 million N-95 respirators, 857,846 gloves, 575,471 face shields and 919,130 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $74.6 million in federal support to Pennsylvania.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in the Harrisburg/Glenn Mills area.

    Virginia

    Critical supplies delivered: 291,357 N-95 respirators, 2 million gloves, 101,035 face shields and 610,221 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $166.5 million in federal support to Virginia.
    • As of June 9, three Battelle N-95 decontamination units are located in the Blacksburg, Hampton and Richmond areas.

    Washington D.C.

    Critical supplies delivered: 754,677 N-95 respirators, 789,242 gloves, 71,201 face shields, 417,582 surgical masks and 200 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $56.8 million in federal support to the District of Columbia.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is operational in Washington, DC.

    West Virginia

    Critical supplies delivered: 244,488 N-95 respirators, 253,206 gloves, 81,459 face shields and 350,539 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $14.8 million in federal support to West Virginia.

    Region 4

     

    Alabama

    Critical supplies delivered: 1 million N-95 respirators, 721,541 gloves, 123,121 face shields and 442,582 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $28 million in federal support to Alabama.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Birmingham.

    Florida

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.4 million N95 respirators, 977,872 gloves, 227,699 face shields, 1.1 million surgical masks and 200 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $366.4 million in federal support to Florida.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Miami.

    Georgia

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.7 million N-95 respirators, 2.1 million gloves, 189,715 face shields, 768,836 surgical masks and 150 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $95.9 million in federal support to Georgia.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Kennesaw.

    Kentucky

    Critical supplies delivered: 797,082 N95 respirators, 521,202 gloves, 89,279 face shields and 422,922 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $17.4 million in federal support to Kentucky.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Louisville.

    Mississippi

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.8 million N-95 respirators, 261,438 gloves, 65,183 face shields and 421,711 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $22.5 million in federal support to Mississippi.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Jackson.

    North Carolina

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.3 million N95 respirators, 1 million gloves, 114,427 face shields and 680,551 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $25.8 million in federal support to North Carolina.

    South Carolina

    Critical supplies delivered: 394,762 N-95 respirators, 301,448 gloves, 73,975 face shields and 435,505 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $69.5 million in federal support to South Carolina.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Eastover.

    Tennessee

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.3 million N-95 respirators, 665,302 gloves, 118,999 face shields and 677,882 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $127.9 million in federal support to Tennessee.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Lebanon.

    Region 5

     

    Illinois

    Critical supplies delivered: 5.1 million N-95 respirators, 7.2 million gloves, 545,230 face shields, 1.5 million surgical masks and 620 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $242.8 million in federal support to Illinois.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is operational in Waukegan.

    Indiana

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.5 million N-95 respirators, 860,534 gloves, 187,793 face shields and 440,683 surgical masks and 110 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $55.5 million in federal support to Indiana.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Indianapolis.

    Michigan

    Critical supplies delivered: 9.1 million N-95 respirators, 758,930 gloves, 318,671 face shields, 740,018 surgical masks and 700 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $236.7 million in federal support to Michigan.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Detroit.
    • The stay-at-home orders have been extended to June 12.

    Minnesota

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.4 million N-95 respirators, 597,640 gloves, 92,297 face shields and 620,505 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $6.8 million in federal support to Minnesota.

    Ohio

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.8 million N-95 respirators, 6.3 million gloves, 182,291 face shields and 672,263 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $53.0 million in federal support to Ohio.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Columbus.

    Wisconsin

    Critical supplies delivered: 700,308 N-95 respirators, 478,346 gloves, 161,199 face shields and 506,163 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $72.6 million in federal support to Wisconsin.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Madison.

    Region 6

     

    Arkansas

    Critical supplies delivered: 259,947 N-95 respirators, 514,682 gloves, 112,762 face shields and 651,434 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $1.4 million in federal support to Arkansas.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Little Rock.

    Louisiana

    Critical supplies delivered: 2.6 million N-95 respirators, 2 million gloves, 104,147 face shields, 494,800 surgical masks and 370 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $154.4 million in federal support to Louisiana.
    • Baton Rouge General Medical Center Mid-City Hospital mission extended to June 20.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the New Orleans/Slidell area.

    Oklahoma

    Critical supplies delivered: 712,726 N95 respirators, 279,304 gloves, 63,947 face shields and 685,447 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $25.6 million in federal support to Oklahoma.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Muskogee.

    New Mexico

    Critical supplies delivered: 250,068 N-95 respirators, 256,430 gloves, 59,179 face shields and 297,889 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $32.9 million in federal support to New Mexico.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Rio Rancho.

    Texas

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.3 million N-95 respirators, 2.2 million gloves, 390,647 face shields and 1.7 million surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $778.2 million in federal support to Texas.
    • As of June 9, five Battelle N-95 decontamination units are located in the Austin, Corpus Christie, Dallas, El Paso and Houston areas.

    Region 7

     

    Iowa

    Critical supplies delivered: 148,368 N95 respirators, 345,442 gloves, 84,577 face shields and 451,235 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $150.9 million in federal support to Iowa.

    Kansas

    Critical supplies delivered: 516,976 N-95 respirators, 2.8 million gloves, 116,842 face shields and 651,434 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $49.1 million in federal support to Kansas.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in the Topeka/Kansas City area.

    Missouri

    Critical supplies delivered: 909,289 N-95 respirators, 359,996 gloves, 84,399 face shields and 518,001 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $30.7 million in federal support to Missouri.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Jefferson City.

    Nebraska

    Critical supplies delivered: 95,788 N-95 respirators, 274,930 gloves, 62,147 face shields and 307,217 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $17.1 million in federal support to Nebraska.

    Region 8

     

    Colorado

    Critical supplies delivered: 560,122 N-95 respirators, 625,836 gloves, 107,305 face shields and 617,764 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $229.5 million in federal support to Colorado.
    • As of June 9, two Battelle N-95 decontamination units are located in the Denver area.

    Montana

    Critical supplies delivered: 147,486 N-95 respirators, 224,326 gloves, 40,611 face shields and 218,859 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $12.7 million in federal support to Montana.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Helena.

    North Dakota

    Critical supplies delivered: 216,890 N-95 respirators, 629,300 gloves, 37,077 face shields and 204,337 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $13.8 million in federal support to North Dakota.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Bismarck.

    South Dakota

    Critical supplies delivered: 326,114 N-95 respirators, 217,386 gloves, 113,313 face shields and 230,827 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $10.7 million in federal support to South Dakota.

    Utah

    Critical supplies delivered: 317,614 N-95 respirators, 254,284 gloves, 55,329 face shields and 270,189 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $9.8 million in federal support to Utah.

    Wyoming

    Critical supplies delivered: 252,334 N-95 respirators, 198,538 gloves, 36,125 face shields and 169,343 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $60,189 in federal support to Wyoming.

    Region 9

     

    American Samoa

    Critical supplies delivered: 39,039 N-95 respirators, 77,070 gloves, 8,286 face shields, 38,422 surgical masks and 10 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $1.2 million in federal support to American Samoa.

    Arizona

    Critical supplies delivered: 485,055 N-95 respirators, 356,208 gloves, 86,993 face shields and 566,477 surgical masks and 100 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $41.8 million in federal support to Arizona.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Phoenix.

    California

    Critical supplies delivered: 3.0 million N-95 respirators, 1.8 million gloves, 505,442 face shields, 3.8 million surgical masks and 170 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $1.0 billion in federal support to California.
    • As of June 9, two Battelle N-95 decontamination units are located in the Los Angeles and Fremont areas.

    Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)

    Critical supplies delivered: 25,029 N-95 respirators, 74,430 gloves, 8,272 face shields, 55,948 surgical masks and 25 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $5.3 million in federal support to CNMI.
    • A stay-at-home order remains in effect until emergency concludes.

    Guam

    Critical supplies delivered: 42,817 N-95 respirators, 84,904 gloves, 13,560 face shields, 283,390 surgical masks and 59 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $11.1 million in federal support to Guam.

    Hawaii

    Critical supplies delivered: 146,622 N-95 respirators, 224,724 gloves, 43,079 face shields and 235,857 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $55.5 million in federal support to Hawaii.

    Nevada

    Critical supplies delivered: 641,707 N-95 respirators, 286,680 gloves, 54,775 face shields, 297,285 surgical masks and 150 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $37.2 million in federal support to Nevada.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Las Vegas.

    Region 10

     

    Alaska

    Critical supplies delivered: 74,114 N9-5 respirators, 286,252 gloves, 68,605 face shields, 206,063 surgical masks and 60 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $6.2 million in federal support to Alaska.

    Idaho

    Critical supplies delivered: 121,090 N-95 respirators, 223,974 gloves, 44,887 face shields and 315,357 surgical masks.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $1.7 million in federal support to Idaho.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Idaho Falls.

    Oregon

    Critical supplies delivered: 598,920 N-95 respirators, 616,724 gloves, 130,643 face shields, 369,101 surgical masks and 150 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $55.6 million in federal support to Oregon.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in the Eugene/Wilsonville area.

    Washington

    Critical supplies delivered: 1.5 million N-95 respirators, 983,890 gloves, 127,201 face shields, 841,348 surgical masks and 500 ventilators.

    • As of June 9, FEMA has obligated $108 million in federal support to Washington.
    • As of June 9, one Battelle N-95 decontamination unit is located in Tacoma.

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    cheryl.gill Mon, 07/27/2020 - 01:10
  • FEMA’s Remote Inspection Process for Utah Earthquake Damage
    FEMA’s Remote Inspection Process for Utah Earthquake Damage

    SALT LAKE CITY – Due to the nationwide Covid-19 emergency, FEMA is using remote inspections to assess damage to homes in Salt Lake and Davis counties cause by earthquakes between March 18 and April 17.

    Utahns who applied for federal disaster assistance — and reported that they may not or cannot live at home due to earthquake damage — will be contacted by FEMA to schedule a remote inspection.

    FEMA inspectors will call applicants by phone to ask about the type and extent of damage sustained. Assistance will be based on the applicant’s responses during the remote inspection.

    Utah residents impacted by the March 18 quake or resulting aftershocks may apply for assistance or get information on the status of their FEMA applications at www.DisasterAssistance.gov. They can also call the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 (FEMA) or (TTY) 800-462-7585. Help is available in most languages.

    Upon registration with FEMA, those with minimal damage who can live in their homes will not automatically be scheduled for a home inspection. Instead, they will receive a letter from FEMA explaining that they may call the FEMA Helpline to request an inspection if they find significant disaster-caused damage to their home after they have applied.

    FEMA will follow-up with those who reported minor damage and were not issued an inspection to see if their housing situation has changed. Based on their response, FEMA may issue an inspection, if requested, to assess the disaster-caused damage.

    Reasonable accommodations, including translation and ASL interpreters via Video Relay Service, will be available during the remote inspection process to ensure effective communication with applicants with limited English proficiency, applicants with disabilities, and other individuals with access and functional needs.

    Remote inspections provide a new way of evaluating damage, comparable to traditional, in-person inspections, and this expedites the delivery of recovery assistance. This interim policy helps protect the health and safety of Utah residents while also ensuring that eligible disaster survivors receive assistance from FEMA.

    Make sure that FEMA has your current contact information. And be aware that phone calls or texts from FEMA may appear to come from unidentified numbers.

    To verify that the inspector is speaking to the correct applicant, the inspector will ask for the last four digits of the FEMA Registration ID — a nine-digit number given after completing an application. The inspector will then provide the first four digits of the applicant’s Registration ID to complete the verification process.

    Applicants are urged to pay attention to all communications from FEMA. If you have questions, please call 800-621-3362 (TTY 800-462-7585) and speak to a FEMA specialist.

    For more information on Utah’s recovery from the Magna Quake, visit, www.fema.gov/disaster/4548, or https://earthquakes.utah.gov/magna-quake/

    zella.campbell Wed, 07/22/2020 - 17:27
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