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FEMA COVID-19 Vaccine Support (59)

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FEMA continues to support the White House COVID-19 Response Plan by assisting, augmenting and expediting vaccinations in the United States. We are coordinating with state, local, tribal and territorial partners to provide federal support to community vaccination centers.

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  • A man gestures as he talks to a group of people.Image
  • People sit across from medical staff.Image
  • Two staff from FEMA Logistics and Operations speak with a contractor.Image
  • WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 26, 2020 – Acting Department of Homeland Security David Pekoske receives an update on FEMA’s support for COVID-19 vaccine distribution by Acting FEMA Administrator Bob Fenton, Deputy Acting FEMA Administrator Maryann Tierney, and Acting Associate Administrator for Response and Recovery David Bibo.   Image
  • A Puerto Rico National Guardsmen administers the COVID-19 vaccine to a person in the Phase 1A, as stipulated by the Puerto Rico Department of Health. Image
  • A Nurse vaccinating somebody. We see them both from their backs. The Nurse is wearing gloves, a mask, faceshield, and gown. Image
  • Photo of a vaccine site. We see three colums of tables with nurses and people getting vaccinated. The tables are yellow with medical equipment on them. Image
  • People who belong to Phase 1A, practice physical distancing while waiting to enter the PRNG vaccination site at the Pedrín Zorrilla Coliseum. Image
  • A Puerto Rico National Guard member cleans after taking the information of a person waiting to be vaccinated.Image
  • A Puerto Rico National Guard member takes information from medical staff at vaccination site. Image
  • Two men walking and talkingImage
  • Men and women sit socially distanced around a large conference table during a briefing. Image
  • Dr. Pritesh Gandhi listens Image
  • Two men talking at the entrance of the NRCC.Image
  • Close up of a gloved hands administering a COVID-19 Vaccine.Image
  • A soldier prepares an injection of the COVID-19 vaccine, wearing a surgical mask. Image
  • FEMA personnel talk with each while reviewing paperwork, wearing face shields and gloves. Image
  • FEMA Employees stand together.Image
  • FEMA employees speaking with a woman.Image
  • A soldier injects a person with the COVID-19 vaccine.Image
  • Puerto Rico National Guardsmen talk about the COVID-19 vaccination process with FEMA representatives Orlando Olivera, Caribbean Area Office Coordinator and Robert Little, Deputy Federal Coordinating Officer. Image
  • A nurse sanitizes a chair before and after vaccinating a patient. Image
  • A nurse vaccinates a school teacher against COVID-19.Image
  • School teachers arrive at vaccination site to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Image
  • Local resident Fanny Carlisle, left, poses with a FEMA staffer after getting her vaccination at the Music City Convention Center where a COVID vaccination site has been set up by the state and local officials.Image
  • FEMA staff assist local residents by at the Music City Convention Center where a COVID vaccination site has been set up by the state and local officials.Image
  • FEMA staff assist local residents sign in  at the Music City Convention Center where a COVID vaccination site has been set up by the state and local officials.Image
  • Nashville, TN (February 13, 2021) FEMA staff assist local residents at the Music City Convention Center where a Covid vaccination site has been set up by the state and local officials.Image
  • FEMA agent uses traffic wands to direct traffic at vaccine site. He is standing in the middle of a road Image
  • A registered nurse gives a vaccination to a local resident as FEMA staff assist.Image
  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks at a podium during a press conference. Signs in the background read Vaccinate New York.Image
  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks at a podium during a press conference. Signs in the background read Vaccinate New York.Image
  • FEMA Acting Administrator Bob Fenton and FEMA Acting Deputy Administrator MaryAnn Tierney speak with with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.Image
  • Senior Airman Corey Beecher (front) and Staff Sgt. Sivarvong Meach, 103rd Logistics Readiness Squadron air transportation specialists, offload boxes of personal protective equipment at the North Haven Recreation Center in North Haven, Connecticut, April 14, 2020. The Connecticut National Guard assisted the Connecticut Department of Public Health in distributing masks, gloves, and face shields to local residential care homes, nursing homes, and long-term care facilities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Image
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  • Sgt. Shane Brandes adjusts his face shield. He is also wearing a N-95 mask, gloves, and a medical gown. Image
  • Image: FEMA Field Hospital for setup at the Jacob Javits Convention  Center in New York CityImage
  • Image: Arizona healthcare workers conduct COVID-19 testing on the Navajo NationImage
  • Image: Coast Guard escorts USNS Comfort into New York HarborImage
  • A woman in a blue FEMA vest holds an Ipad up to a person in a car.Image
  • A registered nurse and FEMA employee stand outside the driver side of a car.Image
  • A FEMA employee speaks with the driver of a car. In the foreground, a sign reads "Please wear a face mask" in English and SpanishImage
  • A nurse injects the COVID-19 vaccine into the arm of a person in their SUV. A FEMA employee watches.Image
  • A FEMA employee and a nurse record information outside a car from a person receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.Image
  • FEMA staffers check in local resident from their cars.Image
  • A FEMA Employee shows information on a tablet to a National Guard Soldier.Image
  • A FEMA staffer checks in a local resident at a vaccination site.Image
  • An electric road sign reads "Vaccine Site Entrance" on the side of a streetImage
  • A FEMA staffer stands outside a car near a sign that says stay in vehicle.Image
  • FEMA and Department of Defense partners talking.Image
  • FEMA and Department of Defense partners work with the state to establish a Community Vaccination Center.Image
  • Two people work on setting up a tent at a vaccination site.Image
  • A military pharmacist inventories and tracks doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.Image
  • Members of Florida Health Miami-Dade County pick up over 3,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to transfer to the Community Vaccine Center.  Image
  • Four members of Florida Health Miami-Dade County count and sort COVID-19 vaccine doses.  Image
  • A man reaches into a freezer to remove vaccines.Image
  • Three Soldiers fill needles from vials. They are wearing masks and gloves, as well as their uniform. Image
  • A military pharmacist inventories and tracks doses of the COVID-19 vaccine as they are brought into the Community Vaccine Center by members of Florida Health Miami Dade County.Image
  • A military pharmacist inventories doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.Image
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