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FEMA Approves an Additional $4 Million for Colorado’s COVID-19 Response

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DENVER – FEMA has approved an additional $4 million in Public Assistance funding for the COVID-19 response in Colorado. 

This most recent funding reimburses the Vail Clinic for rental and personal protective equipment, and contract labor and support used as emergency protective measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. These costs were incurred from January 20, 2020, to July 1, 2022. 

FEMA has now approved more than $2 billion in Public Assistance grant funds to Colorado for their pandemic response.

 These reimbursements play a critical role as state, tribal and local officials worked to assist their communities during their COVID-19 response. For more information about the Public Assistance program, visit: 

FEMA Funeral Assistance for COVID is still available until September 2025. Find out more information about this program at: or by calling 1-844-684-6333.