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The fight against COVID-19 continues next week as the Norfolk Tides join FEMA, Virginia Department of Emergency Management, the Virginia Department of Health, and the City of Norfolk to provide an additional opportunity for residents to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. Fans attending the May 18th opening day game at Harbor Park will have the opportunity to be vaccinated with the single -shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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 After helping vaccinate more than 5 million people at our community vaccination sites, FEMA continues assisting government and nonprofit partners to continue helping these efforts. On May 11, President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. announced additional efforts to increase access to COVID-19 vaccinations.
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May is Building Safety Month and an important reminder to take steps to reduce disaster risks and ensure your home is resilient to severe weather events.
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FEMA has approved a grant of $2,506,147 for the City of New Smyrna Beach to rebuild and elevate 17 single-family, flood-prone homes to reduce damage and loss from continuous severe flooding during a storm.
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The multi-million obligation includes La Fortaleza, La Casa del Libro and several historic cemeteries

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OKLAHOMA CITY —Time is nearly up for Oklahoma residents and businesses recovering from uninsured or underinsured losses and damage caused by February’s severe winter storms.

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ATLANTA - More than 1 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered at Community Vaccination Centers in Southeastern states since the first site opened March 3.

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Kentucky residents displaced from their homes by the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides from Feb. 27 through March 14 may find FEMA rental assistance an important way to move their recovery forward.
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Homeowners and renters in three counties that suffered damage from the recent severe storms, tornadoes and flooding may now apply to FEMA for disaster assistance. Survivors may be eligible to receive assistance for uninsured and underinsured damage and losses resulting from the storms.
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