Noticias y medios de comunicación: Desastre 4513

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ST. CROIX, U.S. Islas Vírgenes –Los vientos y las lluvias se arremolinan cuando un huracán de categoría 2 se acerca a la isla y los evacuados salen del autobús de Tránsito de las Islas Vírgenes (VITRAN) y se acercan al Centro Recreativo de D.C. Canegata para buscar refugio. Muchos de los evacuados están exhaustos y sus seres queridos se quedan atrás.
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ST. CROIX, Islas Vírgenes de los EE. UU. – Colaboradores federales y territoriales se enfocaron en el traslado de pacientes en un ambiente de pandemia durante un ensayo de un ejercicio conceptual a comienzos de este mes en el Hospital y Centro Médico Gobernador Juan F. Luis en Christiansted. Los participantes del ejercicio revisaron el traslado y rastreo por parte del territorio de los pacientes hospitalizados con un enfoque en la seguridad.
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ST. CROIX, Islas Vírgenes de EE. UU. – La pandemia de COVID-19 ha traído un dolor abrumador e imprevisto a muchas familias. Para ello, FEMA está ayudando a aliviar parte del estrés financiero y la carga causada por la enfermedad del coronavirus.
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ST. CROIX, Islas Vírgenes de EE. UU. -- Un esfuerzo de la comunidad entera resultó en la administración de 155 dosis de la vacuna contra COVID-19 en la Clínica Morris de Castro en Cruz Bay el sábado 20 de marzo. La precisión logística entre los colaboradores federales y territoriales garantizó que las dosis de la vacuna cruzaran Pillsbury Sound desde Red Hook en St. Thomas hasta St. John y fueran puestas en los brazos de los residentes.    

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ST. CROIX, Islas Vírgenes de los EE. UU.: Un esfuerzo unificado entre el gobierno del territorio y el gobierno federal hizo posible suministrar los recursos correctos, en el lugar debido, en el momento necesario para levantar dos Centros Comunitarios de Vacunación (CVC, por sus siglas en inglés) en el plazo de un mes en St. Croix y St. Thomas.  

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A volunteer acting as an evacuee checks in with the Virgin Islands National Guard during an evacuation shelter drill at D.C. Canegata Recreation Center on St. Croix.
Territory and Federal Partners Execute Evacuation Shelter Drill in a Pandemic Environment

A volunteer acting as an evacuee checks in with the Virgin Islands National Guard during an evacuation shelter drill at D.C. Canegata Recreation Center on St. Croix. The drill focused on validating the territory’s capability of opening shelters, initial operations, and closing shelters in a pandemic environment. FEMA/Eric Adams

A volunteer role playing an evacuee looks to register at the D.C. Canegata Recreation Center shelter during an evacuation shelter drill. Members of the Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster role played evacuees during the field exercise.
Territory and Federal Partners Execute Evacuation Shelter Drill in a Pandemic Environment

A volunteer role playing an evacuee looks to register at the D.C. Canegata Recreation Center shelter during an evacuation shelter drill. Members of the Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster role played evacuees during the field exercise. FEMA/Eric Adams

Federal and territorial partners conduct a Patient Movement Rehearsal of Concept Tabletop Exercise
Patient Movement Exercise Focuses on Tracking and Safety in a Pandemic Environment

Federal and territorial partners conduct a Patient Movement Rehearsal of Concept Tabletop Exercise earlier this month at the Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital & Medical Center on St. Croix. FEMA, the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Health and Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency sponsored the exercise. Exercise participants focused on patient movement, tracking and safety.

Federal and territorial partners conduct a Patient Movement Rehearsal of Concept Tabletop Exercise
Patient Movement Exercise Focuses on Tracking and Safety in a Pandemic Environment

Federal and territorial partners conduct a Patient Movement Rehearsal of Concept Tabletop Exercise earlier this month at the Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital & Medical Center on St. Croix. FEMA, the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Health and Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency sponsored the exercise. Exercise participants focused on patient movement, tracking and safety.

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Virgin Islands; FEMA-4513-DR

Report on Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) information for FEMA-4512-DR; Virgin Islands as a result of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic beginning on January 20, 2020, and continuing.

 Logistics' staffer Keshawn Christopher, right, gets a hand from V.I. National Guard Specialist Kurtney Davis with a pallet of personal protective equipment during the build-out of the island's Community Vaccination Center at the University of the Virgin Islands’ Sports and Fitness Center.
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands CVC

FEMA and V.I. Territorial Emergency Management Agency logistics staff, V.I. Health Department staff and soldiers from the V.I. National Guard and Army Task Force-51 collaborate during the build-out of the island's Community Vaccination Center at the University of the Virgin Islands’ Sports and Fitness Center.
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Feb. 23, 2021

Personal protective equipment stored at the Community Vaccination Center at the University of the Virgin Islands' Great Hall
St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, Feb. 24, 2021