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  • Connecticut Guard members vaccinate nursing home residents

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. – As the sun peeks through the clouds on an early spring day, Mary Wade Home resident Marilyn Degnan reflects on the previous year and the shot of hope she felt hearing that the Connecticut National Guard was headed her way with the COVID-19 vaccine.“All I have are my two sons and five granddaughters,” said Degnan. “Just to be able
  • Hundreds of Pennsylvania Guard members support vaccinations

    FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. – More than 300 Pennsylvania National Guard members are supporting COVID-19 vaccination centers across the commonwealth.Five teams, totaling about 313 Soldiers and Airmen, are working at community vaccinations centers in Philadelphia, Lancaster, State College and Monroeville.“Our Guard members are committed to serving their
  • Georgia Air Guard vaccinates 3rd Infantry Division Soldiers

    ATLANTA – Georgia Air National Guard Airmen gave a shot in the arm to the active component, administering the COVID-19 vaccine to U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, April 10.The Dogface Soldiers from Fort Stewart have been in Atlanta since March assisting the Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • KYNG supports site capable of 4,000 daily COVID vaccinations

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The largest drive-through clinic for COVID-19 vaccinations in Kentucky officially opened at Cardinal Stadium April 12 with the help of 35 Kentucky National Guard Airmen and Soldiers.The clinic, which offers 28 lanes of service, will operate six days a week through May 29 and is capable of providing 4,000 shots per day, according
  • National Guard tops 6 million people vaccinated

    ARLINGTON, Va. – As the National Guard surpassed 6 million COVID-19 vaccinations administered to the public this week, Soldiers and Airmen reflected on their contributions to the pandemic fight and the partnerships formed.“Each vaccination administered decreases the chance of another American dying from COVID-19,” Army Col. Larry D. Fletcher,
  • Illinois National Guard tackles COVID at community level

    ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL, Ill. – Members of the Illinois National Guard are used to deployments. Many have seen multiple combat tours during the past 20 years, taking them to overseas theaters far from friends and families.Their latest mission, however, brings the enemy to their own backyards, with their loved ones in the line of fire. The stakes are
  • Ohio National Guard helps vaccinate Ohioans at mass clinic

    CLEVELAND – The Ohio National Guard is helping vaccinate Cleveland residents at Ohio’s Community Vaccination Center at Cleveland State University to protect lives by stopping the spread of COVID-19.The Community Vaccination Center (CVC), which is managed by the state of Ohio and supported by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is staffed by
  • Wisconsin National Guard troops support COVID vaccinations

    MADISON, Wis. – Citizen-Soldiers and -Airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard have helped local health departments administer more than 60,000 vaccines across Wisconsin since establishing the first mobile vaccination teams in late January. Guard personnel have responded to requests for assistance in approximately a dozen Wisconsin counties, from
  • Michigan Guard vaccinates more than 323,000 in 90 days

    LANSING, Mich. – The first 90 days of 2021, the Michigan National Guard administered more than 323,000 COVID-19 vaccinations in the fight against the virus.The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services asked the Guard to support community health care organizations with logistical and medical assets for COVID-19 vaccinations across the
  • Michigan National Guard vaccinates northern Michiganders

    LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan National Guard’s Task Force North is vaccinating more than 7,500 Michigan residents a week. Two vaccination sites in Grayling and Gaylord in northern Michigan ran March 13-14.Task Force North - 12 COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Teams (CVTT) with one medic and two administrative personnel each – help local health care
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