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FEMA publica los últimos datos de COVID-19 para cada Estado

WASHINGTON -- FEMA, bajo la dirección del Grupo de Trabajo de la Casa Blanca, ha liderado la respuesta a la pandemia de COVID-19 con un enfoque en toda la nación; entregando en las últimas varias semanas, miles de millones de recursos esenciales y equipos de protección personal en todo el país.

FEMA Releases Latest State-by-State COVID-19 Data

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.

FEMA Approves COVID-19 Crisis Counseling for Wyoming

DENVER – FEMA has approved crisis counseling assistance for Wyoming residents struggling with stress and anxiety as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.  The assistance is being made available under the major disaster declaration previously approved by President Trump.

FEMA publica los datos de suministros médicos para cada Estado

WASHINGTON - FEMA, bajo la dirección del Grupo de Trabajo de la Casa Blanca, ha liderado la respuesta a la pandemia de COVID-19 con un enfoque en toda la nación; entregando en los últimos dos meses, miles de millones de recursos esenciales y equipos de protección personal en todo el país.

El gobierno federal continúa satisfaciendo las demandas de equipos de protección personal a través de nuevas adquisiciones, asignaciones federales interagenciales, donaciones de la industria privada y la Reserva Nacional Estratégica.

FEMA Releases State-by-State PPE Data

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 two months, billions of essential resources and protective equipment have been delivered throughout the nation. 

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.

FEMA Provides Additional $14.7 Million for Colorado COVID-19 Response

DENVER – The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced $14.7 million in additional funding for COVID-19 response efforts in Colorado. The assistance was made available under the major disaster declaration issued March 28 by President Trump.

The funding is being provided to the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management for contract costs to healthcare staffing companies for supplemental personnel to support medical facilities around the state for the time period of April 1 to June 30.

Five Schools Announced as Winners in Rocky Mountain Environmental Challenge

Schools presented innovative ideas that address natural hazard risks in Colorado

DENVER – Today, Earth Force and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced the winners of the 2020 Rocky Mountain Environmental Challenge (RMEC). Winners include teams from schools in Fort Collins, Estes Park and Milliken, Colorado.

FEMA Approves Crisis Counseling Assistance for COVID-19 Response to Four States

DENVER – FEMA has approved four states within FEMA Region 8 for development of crisis counseling programs for residents struggling with stress and anxiety as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.  The assistance is being made available to Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota and Utah and is available under major disaster declarations previously approved for these states by President Trump.

FEMA Provides $12.2 Million for Colorado Covid-19 Response

DENVER – The Federal Emergency Management Agency has provided $12.2 million in funding for COVID-19 response efforts in Colorado. The assistance was made available under the major disaster declaration issued March 28 by President Trump.

A breakdown of the most recent funding is as follows:

Dickey and Emmons Counties Added to Disaster Declaration

Federal Resources available for emergency work, infrastructure repairs

Bismarck, N.D. – Dickey and Emmons counties were added to the federal disaster declaration issued by President Trump on January 21, 2020 in response to North Dakota flooding from October 9 to October 26, 2019.