(Bismarck, ND) -- FEMA has approved $6.1 million in additional public assistance funding for North Dakota's COVID-19 response.
In total, FEMA has provided 126.2 million in assistance to North Dakotans.
The latest addition from FEMA funding includes...
- $2.7 million to the North Dakota Department of Health for storage, transportation, and delivery of COVID-19 testing kits and sample diagnosis.
- $3.4 million to the North Dakota Department of Health to provide temperature sensitive storage for COVID-19 vaccines via rental of storage containers, equipment and CO2 tanks to produce dry ice for vaccine transport.
For more information about FEMA and support they have provided during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can click here.