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COVID-19 Response Graphics (English)

A collection of social media graphics related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response. Stay informed with what we are doing to support the whole-of-America response against Coronavirus by visiting the COVID-19 By The Numbers Collection.

Numbers of disaster declarations, protective measures, samples tested and supplies delivered as of 06-08-2020

COVID-19 By The Numbers - 06-08-2020

COVID-19 By the Numbers as of 06-08-2020.
57 Major Disaster Declarations.
Approved in All 50 states, 5 territories and Washington DC, and 1 tribe
$6.8 billion in emergency protective measures.
205 airbridge flight missions.
293 text messages via Wireless Emergency Alert System.
66 messages to broadcast stations via the Emergency Alert System.
Critical supplies shipped:
13.9 million face shields
149.2 million surgical masks
5.3 coveralls
1.0 billion gloves
205.6 Million cloth face coverings delivered
94.7 million N95 respirators
38.6 million gowns
20.3 million samples tested
243,145 people tested at Community Based testing Sites 532,299 private partner site samples
23,030 ventilators shipped

Numbers of disaster declarations, protective measures, samples tested and supplies delivered as of 06-05-2020

COVID-19 By The Numbers - 06-05-2020

COVID-19 By the Numbers as of 06-05-2020.
57 Major Disaster Declarations.
Approved in All 50 states, 5 territories and Washington DC, and 1 tribe
$6.5 billion in emergency protective measures.
199 airbridge flight missions.
289 text messages via Wireless Emergency Alert System.
66 messages to broadcast stations via the Emergency Alert System.
Critical supplies shipped:
13.9 million face shields
149.2 million surgical masks
5.2 coveralls
1.0 billion gloves
205.6 Million cloth face coverings delivered
93.0 million N95 respirators
37.6 million gowns
19.3 million samples tested
234,806 people tested at Community Based testing Sites 511,495 private partner site samples
20,838 ventilators shipped

Numbers of disaster declarations, protective measures, samples tested and supplies delivered as of 06-04-2020

COVID-19 By The Numbers - 06-04-2020

COVID-19 By The Numbers as of 06-04-2020.
57 Major Disaster Declarations.
Approved in All 50 states, 5 territories and Washington DC, and 1 tribe
$6.6 billion in emergency protective measures.
197 airbridge flight missions.
288 text messages via Wireless Emergency Alert System.
66 messages to broadcast stations via the Emergency Alert System.
Critical supplies shipped:
13.9 million face shields
148.9 million surgical masks
5.0 coveralls
1.0 billion gloves
205.6 Million cloth face coverings delivered
93.3 million N95 respirators
37.6 million gowns
18.9 million samples tested
231,775 samples tested at Community Based testing Sites 493,835 private partner site samples
20,487 ventilators shipped

Numbers of disaster declarations, protective measures, samples tested and supplies delivered as of 06-03-2020

COVID-19 By The Numbers - 06-03-2020

COVID-19 By The Numbers as of 06-03-2020.
57 Major Disaster Declarations.
Approved in All 50 states, 5 territories and Washington DC, and 1 tribe
$6.3 billion in emergency protective measures.
190 airbridge flight missions.
288 text messages via Wireless Emergency Alert System.
66 messages to broadcast stations via the Emergency Alert System.
Critical supplies shipped:
13.9 million face shields
149.2 million surgical masks
6.2 coveralls
1.0 billion gloves
205.6 million cloth face coverings delivered
92.2 million N95 respirators
36.8 million gowns
17.6 million samples tested
228,925 samples tested at Community Based testing Sites 484,740 private partner site samples
19,802 ventilators shipped

COVID-19 30 Days Response Infographic thumbnail square

COVID-19 30 Days Response Infographic thumbnail square

Whole of America Response to COVID-19 - 04-14-2020
Since President Trump’s nationwide emergency declaration on March 13:
More than
2.3 million
samples tested for COVID-19.

Numbers of samples tested, supplies delivered and Federal support details for COVID-19 in 30 days following emergency declaration on 03-13-2020

COVID-19 30 Days Response Infographic

Whole of America Response to COVID-19 in 30 days following emergency declaration on 03-13-2020.
Since President Trump’s nationwide emergency declaration on March 13:
More than 2.3 million samples tested for COVID-19.
42 Federal Departments and Agencies are supporting a unified government response to include working 703 mission assignments.
MISSION
FEMA, HHS and federal partners have joined with state, local, tribal and territorial governments to protect the health and safety of the American people. Federal support includes:
Working to establish approximately 22,000 additional hospital beds.
33 airbridge flights expediting 265 million critical medical supply items into the U.S. supply chain from around the globe.
$30 billion in relief to healthcare providers in support of the national response to COVID-19.
$5.2 billion in emergency funding to support state, local, tribal, territorial and local partners in the COVID-19 fight.

Numbers of samples tested, supplies delivered and Federal support details for COVID-19 in 30 days following emergency declaration on 03-13-2020 thumbnail

COVID-19 30 Days Response Infographic thumbnail

Whole of America Response to COVID-19 in 30 days following emergency declaration on 03-13-2020.
Since President Trump’s nationwide emergency declaration on March 13:
More than
2.3 million samples tested for COVID-19.
42 Federal Departments and Agencies are supporting a unified government response to include working 703 mission assignments.
MISSION
FEMA, HHS and federal partners have joined with state, local, tribal and territorial governments to protect the health and safety of the American people. Federal support includes:
Working to establish approximately 22,000 additional hospital beds.
33 airbridge flights expediting 265 million critical medical supply items into the U.S. supply chain from around the globe.
$30 billion in relief to healthcare providers in support of the national response to COVID-19.
$5.2 billion in emergency funding to support state, local, tribal, territorial and local partners in the COVID-19 fight.
$350 billion allocated for loans to small businesses. $100 million in grants available to help unemployed workers. $250 million in grants available to provide meals to older adults.
Shipping more than 11,000 ventilators to states and communities, and working with companies to quickly manufacture more.
Learn more at fema.gov/coronavirus

Project Air Bridge - stabilizing the health of people and supply chain with speed

Project Air Bridge Graphic

Project Air Bridge. The air bridge was created to reduce the time it takes for U.S. medical supply distributors to receive personal protective equipment and other critical supplies into the country for their respective customers. FEMA covers the cost to fly supplies into the U.S. from overseas factories, reducing shipment time from weeks to days.

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Supply Chain Task Force supply chain stabilization

Supply Chain Task Force Graphic - Supply Chain Stabilization

The Supply Chain Task Force continues to execute a strategy maximizing the availability of critical protective and lifesaving resources through FEMA for a whole-of-America response. Efforts to date have focused on reducing the medical supply chain capacity gap to both satisfy and relieve demand pressure on medical supply capacity. The task force is applying a four-prong approach of Preservation, Acceleration, Expansion and Allocation to rapidly increase supply today and expand domestic production of critical resources to increase supply long-term.

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Virtual applicant Briefing Grants Portal account Creation and RPA COVID-19 streamlined Project Application FEMA and Recipient Review Applicant Signs Project Post-Award Activities

COVID-19 Public Assistance Graphic - English

Purpose: FEMA may provide funding to eligible applicants for costs related to emergency protective measures conducted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Emergency protective measures are activities conducted to address immediate threats to life, public health, and safety. Eligible Applicants may submit funding requests to the Recipient and FEMA through the Public Assistance Grants Portal.

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Myth vs. Fact graphic related to the myth of FEMA deploying military assets

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Myth vs fact regarding stock piling supples

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Myth vs. Fact graphic related to the myth of a national shutdown

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COVID-19 Response Quote from Pete Gaynor (FEMA Administrator)

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COVID-19 Response Quote from Pete Gaynor (FEMA Administrator)

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COVID-19 Response Quote from Pete Gaynor (FEMA Administrator)

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COVID-19 Response Quote from Pete Gaynor (FEMA Administrator)

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Graphic to direct people to the FEMA coronavirus FAQ page

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COVID-19 Response  fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus

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Last updated July 20, 2020