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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.

“From the beginning, we acknowledged that the Strategic National Stockpile alone could not fulfill all requirements, which is why we need continued private sector integration and increased domestic manufacturing of critical medical supplies, equipment and pharmaceuticals,” said FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor. “Our strategy to allocate medical supplies and equipment is based on disease activity and it’s effects, as well as the need to distribute limited supplies to areas where resources needed most urgently.”

As of May 14, FEMA, HHS and the private sector combined have coordinated the delivery of, or are shipping more than 97 million respirators, 133.7 million surgical masks, 10.5 million face shields, 22.4 million surgical gowns, 989 million gloves, 10,600 ventilators and 8,450 federal medical station beds. 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  

FEMA Region I

Connecticut

Critical supplies delivered: 251,186 N95 respirators, 1.8 million gloves, 194,469 face shields, 806,534 surgical masks and 350 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $24.5 million in federal support to Connecticut.
  • As of May 13, four alternate care sites are operating throughout the state: St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, Middlesex Hospital in Middletown, Danbury Hospital in Danbury and Stamford Hospital in Stamford.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in the New Britain/New Haven area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 108,500 swabs and 32,700 units of media to Connecticut.
  • Connecticut’s stay at home orders and all other related safety measures remain in effect through at least May 20.

Maine

Critical supplies delivered: 243,787 N95 respirators, 230,914 gloves, 42,801 face shields and 204,393 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $10.6 million in federal support to Maine.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 17,400 swabs and 11,200 units of media to Maine.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Massachusetts

Critical supplies delivered: 1.4 million N95 respirators, 564,408 gloves, 369,557 face shields, 737,120 surgical masks and 400 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $55.4 million in federal support to Massachusetts.
  • As of May 6, several alternate care sites are operating in Massachusetts: Boston Convention and Exposition Center, DCU Center in Worcester, Newton Pavilion and the Former Kindred Hospital in Boston and hotels and skilled nursing centers throughout the Commonwealth.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in Boston/Somerville area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 220,000 swabs and 102,700 units of media to Massachusetts.
  • Massachusetts’s stay at home orders are set to expire on May 18.

New Hampshire

Critical supplies delivered: 243,442 N95 respirators, 217,612 gloves, 42,697 face shields and 203,849 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $17.5 million in federal support to New Hampshire.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 15,500 swabs and 10,800 units of media to New Hampshire.
  • New Hampshire’s stay at home order has been extended to May 31.

Rhode Island

Critical supplies delivered: 213,487 N95 respirators, 346,926 gloves, 69,905 face shields, 338,003 surgical masks and 100 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $21.5 million dollars in federal support to Rhode Island.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in the North Kingston/Providence area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 41,500 swabs and 10,800 units of media to Rhode Island.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Vermont

Critical supplies delivered: 132,940 N95 respirators, 384,368 gloves, 67,875 face shields and 315,940 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $9.4 million in federal support to Vermont.
  • As of May 7, one alternate care site in Essex Junction is operational.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 11,500 swabs and 6,100 units of media to Vermont.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

  FEMA Region 2

New York

Critical supplies delivered: 9.6 million N95 respirators, 2.9 gloves, 489,294 face shields, 2.6 million surgical masks and 4,430 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $1.1 billion in federal support to New York.
  • The USNS Comfort completed its mission in New York City. The hospital ship arrived on March 30 and cared for 182 patients. The USNS Comfort departed New York City on April 30.
  • The Jacob Javits Center alternate care facility has discharged or transferred all patients. While it was operational it cared for 1,095 patients.
  • As of May 14, two Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in New York.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 448,100 swabs and 192,816 units of media to New York.
  • New York’s stay at home order ends May 15.

New Jersey

Critical supplies delivered: 3.5 million N95 respirators, 7.1 million gloves, 502,793 face shields, 1.3 million surgical masks and 1,065 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated more than $437.3 million in federal support to New Jersey.
  • Three UAMTFs made up of 255 medical personnel are supporting five sites in New Jersey: the ACF in Edison, Newark University Hospital, Salem Hospital, JFK Medical Center, and the ACF in Atlantic City.
  • The temporary medical facility at the Edison Expo Center in New Jersey has requested an extension to June 30. As of May 5, the center has seen 130 patients.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Meadowlands.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 199,300 swabs and 122,302 units of media to New Jersey.
  • New Jersey stay at home order remains in effect until terminated.

Puerto Rico

Critical supplies delivered: 213,634 N95 respirators, 278,656 gloves, 143,723 face shields and 344,275 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $40.1 million in federal support to Puerto Rico.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 15,000 swabs and 5,300 units of media to Puerto Rico.
  • Puerto Rico’s stay at home order remains in effect until May 24.

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 14, FEMA has obligated $13.4 million in federal support to U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 8,000 swabs and 8,000 units of media to USVI.
  • USVI stay at home order remains in effect until June 1.

FEMA Region 3

Delaware

Critical supplies delivered: 77,434 N95 respirators, 591,008 gloves, 72,343 face shields, 184,665 surgical masks and 50 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $4.9 million in federal support to Delaware.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 26,000 swabs and 17,200 units of media to Delaware.
  • Delaware stay at home orders in effect until May 31, or until the health threat is eliminated.

Maryland

Critical supplies delivered: 3.1 million N95 respirators, 593,681 gloves, 156,789 face shields, 660,438 surgical masks and 470 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $40.2 million in federal support to Maryland.
  • FEMA delivered a 250-bed Federal Medical Station package to the state of Maryland.
  • USACE awarded a contract for an alternate care facility at Hagerstown Correctional Facility in Hagerstown, MD. The State took over construction operations on April 24.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Baltimore.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 86,500 swabs and 2,200 units of media to Maryland.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Pennsylvania

Critical supplies delivered: 4.2 million N95 respirators, 792,846 gloves, 375,471 face shields and 916,130 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $62.5 million in federal support to Pennsylvania.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the Harrisburg/Glenn Mills area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 83,400 swabs and 58,160 units of media to Pennsylvania.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Virginia

Critical supplies delivered: 545,020 N95 respirators, 386,976 gloves, 101,035 face shields and 610,221 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $164.8 million in federal support to Virginia.
  • As of May 14, three Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in Blacksburg, Hampton and Richmond.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 47,800 swabs and 35,400 units of media to Virginia.
  • Virginia’s stay at home order ends on June 10, parts of the state are currently undergoing a phased reopening.

Washington D.C.

Critical supplies delivered: 752,677 N95 respirators, 788,760 gloves, 68,721 face shields, 414,600 surgical masks and 200 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $56.1 million in federal support to the District of Columbia.
  • USACE awarded contracts for two alternate care facilities in the District of Columbia at United Medical Center and the Walter Washington Convention Center.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in Washington, DC.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 16,400 swabs and 13,100 units of media to Washington, D.C.
  • The Washington D.C. stay at home order ends on June 8, or until an emergency date extension.

West Virginia

Critical supplies delivered: 135,288 N95 respirators, 231,206 gloves, 81,459 face shields and 320,539 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $8.8 million in federal support to West Virginia.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 30,500 swabs and 21,300 units of media to West Virginia.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

FEMA Region 4

Alabama

Critical Supplies to Alabama: 502,473 N95 respirators, 337,541 gloves, 73,021 face shields and 362,582 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $18.6 million in federal support to Alabama.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Birmingham.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 49,300 swabs and 28,136 units of media to Alabama.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Florida

Critical supplies delivered: 2.0 million N95 respirators, 1.2 million gloves, 227,699 face shields, 1.1 million surgical masks and 200 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $106.2 million in federal support to Florida.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Miami.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 152,000 swabs and 90,100 units of media to Florida.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Georgia

Critical supplies delivered: 1.2 million N95 respirators, 1.4 million gloves, 184,505 face shields, 768,836 surgical masks and 150 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $68.5 million in federal support to Georgia.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 59,500 swabs and 44,000 units of media to Georgia.
  • 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 14, FEMA has obligated $17.3 million in federal support to Kentucky.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Louisville.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 36,900 swabs and 26,100 units of media to Kentucky.
  • 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 14, FEMA has obligated $22.4 million in federal support to Mississippi.
  • As of May 12, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Jackson.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 32,280 swabs and 19,100 units of media to Mississippi.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

North Carolina

Critical supplies delivered: 605,492 N95 respirators, 425,854 gloves, 114,427 face shields and 580,551 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $24.3 million in federal support to North Carolina.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 61,300 swabs and 67,000 units of media to North Carolina.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

South Carolina

Critical supplies delivered: 293,962 N95 respirators, 301,448 gloves, 71,575 face shields and 355,505 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $68.3 million in federal support to South Carolina.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Eastover.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 50,200 swabs and 33,400 units of media to South Carolina.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Tennessee

Critical supplies delivered: 651,338 N95 respirators, 657,302 gloves, 117,799 face shields and 677,882 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $127.5 million in federal support to Tennessee.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Lebanon.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 74,400 swabs and 52,800 units of media to Tennessee.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

FEMA Region 5

Illinois

Critical supplies delivered: 3.4 million N95 respirators, 6.3 million gloves, 545,230 face shields, 1.5 million surgical masks and 620 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $233.9 million in federal support to Illinois.
  • The 3,000-bed ACS at McCormick Place Convention Center is currently operational; additional sites in Elgin, Blue Island and Melrose park are complete with operations handled by the state.
  • One Battelle N95 decontamination unit is operational in Waukegan.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 198,400 swabs and 103,380 units of media to Illinois.
  • Illinois stay at home order is extended to May 29.

Indiana

Critical supplies delivered: 1.5 million N95 respirators, 860,534 gloves, 172,793 face shields, 440,683 surgical masks and 110 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $39.4 million in federal support to Indiana.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Indianapolis.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 43,300 swabs and 30,900 units of media to Indiana.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Michigan

Critical supplies delivered: 6.3 million N95 respirators, 758,930 gloves, 308,671 face shields, 740,018 surgical masks and 700 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $216.2 million in federal support to Michigan.
  • The 1,000-bed ACF in Detroit has closed and will be held on reserve as a warm site in case there is a future need.  There is a 250-bed ACF in Novi.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Detroit.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 167,000 swabs and 97,000 units of media to Michigan.
  • Michigan stay at home orders are extended to May 28.

Minnesota

Critical supplies delivered: 466,519 N95 respirators, 323,640 gloves, 77,497 face shields and 519,505 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $375,715 in federal support to Minnesota.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 49,600 swabs and 28,660 units of media to Minnesota.
  • Minnesota stay at home orders are extended to May 18.

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 14, FEMA has obligated $39.7 million in federal support to Ohio.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Columbus.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 107,100 swabs and 8,000 units of media to Ohio.
  • Ohio stay at home orders are extended until May 29.

Wisconsin

Critical supplies delivered: 221,548 N95 respirators, 477,346 gloves, 80,839 face shields and 504,163 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $53.9 million in federal support to Wisconsin.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Madison.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market. To date we have supplied 48,700 swabs and 38,500 units of media to Wisconsin.
  • Wisconsin stay at home orders are extended to May 26, with some restrictions currently lifted.

FEMA 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 14, FEMA has obligated $373,672 in federal support to Arkansas.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Little Rock.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 26,406 swabs and 20,600 units of media to Arkansas.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Louisiana

Critical supplies delivered: 1.1 million N95 respirators, 1.6 million gloves, 103,577 face shields, 494,800 surgical masks and 370 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $141.1 million in federal support to Louisiana.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the New Orleans/Slidell area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 63,000 swabs and 61,500 units of media to Louisiana.
  • Louisiana stay at home orders end on May 15.

Oklahoma

Critical supplies delivered: 157,826 N95 respirators, 279,304 gloves, 63,947 face shields and 685,447 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $14.4 million in federal support to Oklahoma.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 50,500 swabs and 28,500 units of media to Oklahoma.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

New Mexico

Critical supplies delivered: 100,068 N95 respirators, 265,430 gloves, 59,179 face shields and 237,889 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $24.6 million in federal support to New Mexico.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Rio Rancho.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 61,300 swabs and 28,900 units of media to New Mexico.
  • Stay at home order extended to May 31.

Texas

Critical supplies delivered: 1.3 million N95 respirators, 2.1 million gloves, 287,193 face shields and 1.7 million surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $400.2 million in federal support to Texas.
  • As of May 14, four Battelle N95 decontamination unit are located in the Austin, Dallas, El Paso and Houston areas.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 224,800 swabs and 165,300 units of media to Texas.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

FEMA 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 14, FEMA has obligated $145.5 million in federal support to Iowa.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 38,200 swabs and 20,800 units of media to Iowa.
  • No statewide stay at home orders issued, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

Kansas

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

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $38.5 million in federal support to Kansas.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the Topeka/Kansas City area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 53,500 swabs and 8,500 units of media to Kansas.
  • 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 14, FEMA has obligated $26.6 million in federal support to Missouri.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Jefferson City.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 52,500 swabs and 31,500 units of media to Missouri.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Nebraska

Critical supplies delivered: 95,788 N95 respirators, 250,930 gloves, 62,147 face shields and 227,217 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $16.8 million in federal support to Nebraska.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 28,500 swabs and 14,000 units of media to Nebraska.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

FEMA Region 8

Colorado

Critical supplies delivered: 561,622 N95 respirators, 623,136 gloves, 107,305 face shields and 617,524 million surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $216.5 million in federal support to Colorado.
  • As of May 14, two Battelle N95 decontamination unit are located in the Denver area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 105,200 swabs and 45,000 units of media to Colorado.
  • 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 14, FEMA has obligated $12.5 million in federal support to Montana.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Helena.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 38,500 swabs and 22,000 units of media to Montana.
  • A phased reopening is underway at local level.

North Dakota

Critical supplies delivered: 216,890 N95 respirators, 616,300 gloves, 37,077 face shields and 174,337 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $9.2 million in federal support to North Dakota.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Bismarck.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 13,700 swabs and 9,300 units of media to North Dakota.
  • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

South Dakota

Critical supplies delivered: 90,074 N95 respirators, 204,886 gloves, 113,313 face shields and 182,077 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $208,582 in federal support to South Dakota.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 71,000 swabs and 16,400 units of media to South Dakota.
  • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

Utah

Critical supplies delivered: 216,714 N95 respirators, 254,284 gloves, 55,329 face shields and 270,189 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $317,510 in federal support to Utah.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 59,600 swabs and 27,540 units of media 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 14, FEMA has obligated $37,667 in federal support to Wyoming.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 11,000 swabs and 10,500 units of media to Wyoming.
  • No statewide stay at home orders, a phased reopening is underway at local levels.

FEMA 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 14, FEMA has obligated $1.1 million in federal support to American Samoa.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 1,800 swabs and 1,800 units of media to American Samoa.
  • Stay at home orders extended to May 31.

Arizona

Critical supplies delivered: 564,515 N95 respirators, 536,208 gloves, 91,993 face shields and 436,477 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $21.8 million in federal support to Arizona.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Phoenix.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 44,500 swabs and 35,200 units of media to Arizona.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

California

Critical supplies delivered: 2.3 million N95 respirators, 1.9 million gloves, 505,442 face shields, 3.8 million surgical masks and 170 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $1.0 billion in federal support to California.
  • As of May 14, two Battelle N95 decontamination units are located in the Los Angeles and Fairfield/Fremont areas.
  • The USNS Mercy hospital ship has finished its mission in Los Angeles, and will depart for her San Diego homeport on May 15. Some USNS Mercy personnel continue to provide medical teams for assessment, training and patient support to local skilled nursing facilities in Los Angeles.
  • A Federal Medical Station is placed in Imperial County to support concerns about increased medical needs among Americans returning and foreign citizens crossing the border from Mexico into the United States
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 377,000 swabs and 237,800 units of media to California.
  • No official expiration date, a phased reopening is underway.

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 14, FEMA has obligated $5.0 million in federal support to CNMI.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 7,500 swabs and 7,200 units of media to CNMI.
  • Stay at home orders 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 14, FEMA has obligated $10.6 million in federal support to Guam.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 8,000 swabs and 7,800 units of media to Guam.
  • Stay at home orders extended until May 30, phased reopening underway with local restrictions.

Hawaii

Critical supplies delivered: 148,122 N95 respirators, 218,724 gloves, 43,079 face shields and 205,857 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $30.2 million in federal support to Hawaii.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 8,500 swabs and 5,500 units of media to Hawaii.
  • Stay at home orders end May 31, a phased reopening is underway with local restrictions.

Nevada

Critical supplies delivered: 644,207 N95 respirators, 286,680 gloves, 54,775 face shields and 267,285 surgical masks.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $36.4 million in federal support to Nevada.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Las Vegas.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 39,500 swabs and 28,500 units of media to Nevada.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

FEMA 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 14, FEMA has obligated $3.9 million in federal support to Alaska.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 10,000 swabs and 8,500 units of media to Alaska.
  • Stay at home orders end on May 15.

Idaho

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

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $1.0 million in federal support to Idaho.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Idaho Falls.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 11,500 swabs and 7,600 units of media to Idaho.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

Oregon

Critical supplies delivered: 358,920 N95 respirators, 616,724 gloves, 130,643 face shields, 319,101 surgical masks and 140 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $52.9 million in federal support to Oregon.
  • A 45-bed alternate care site at the VA clinic in Eugene is complete.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in the Eugene/Wilsonville area.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 20,500 swabs and 11,000 units of media to Oregon.
  • No official expiration date, a phased reopening begins May 15 with local restrictions.

Washington

Critical supplies delivered: 1.0 million N95 respirators, 983,890 gloves, 127,201 face shields, 841,348 surgical masks and 500 ventilators.

  • As of May 14, FEMA has obligated $63.8 million in federal support to Washington.
  • Many alternate medical facilities in Washington have closed or relocated.
  • As of May 14, one Battelle N95 decontamination unit is located in Tacoma.
  • In support of the White House Task Force’s testing initiative, FEMA is supporting the procurement of specimen collection supplies to supplement the supplies states and healthcare providers are procuring from the private market.  To date we have supplied 256,700 swabs and 104,800 units of media to Washington.
  • A phased reopening is underway.

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