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Webinar: Federal Response to COVID-19 with FEMA, HHS, and CDC

Apr 01, 2021 | Beth Hess

National Association of County and City Health Officials invite local health department leadership and staff to participate in a webinar, Federal Response to COVID-19 with FEMA, HHS, and CDC, on Tuesday, April 6, 3:00-4:00 pm ET. During this webinar we will hear from FEMA, HHS, and CDC on the role of each agency in the COVID-19 response.

Speakers:

FEMA

  • Matt Payne, Deputy Assistant Administrator (Acting), Response Directorate, Office of Response and Recovery
  • Topic/Title: FEMA’s COVID-19 in Coordination with Federal Partners
  • Mr. Payne will present on FEMA’s role in the COVID-19 response, including the vaccination roll out. Mr. Payne will highlight the implementation of Community Vaccination Centers (CVCs) and FEMA’s COVID-related policies.

CDC

  • Dr. Colin Shepard, Deputy Chief of the FEMA National Response Coordination Center
  • Topic/Title: COVID-19 Vaccine Implementation
  • Dr. Colin Shepard will present on CDC’s role in COVID-19 vaccine implementation and roll out. In this presentation, he will highlight several programs and efforts by the CDC to support equitable vaccine access.

HHS

  • Jonathan Greene, Deputy Assistant Secretary and Director, Office of Operations and Resources

In order to join the call, please REGISTER HERE​​​​​​​ (only registered participants will be able to join).


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