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Graphic depicting U.S. Southern Command: COVID-19 Humanitarian Assistance Program projects. Embedded text: U.S. Southern Command: COVID-19 Humanitarian Assistance Program projects. 27 Countries. 262 Projects worth an estimated $14.4 million. 22 donations of field hospitals. 114 donations of protective equipment. 35 donations of medical supplies. 6 donations of testing supplies. 39 donations of medical equipment. 47 donations of disinfecting supplies. In partnership with the U.S. State Department and USAID. Total U.S. Government assistance: $35.9 million (source: U.S. State Department fact sheet, July 29, 2020.) Note: All DOD donated items were purchased from host country suppliers with no impact on DOD’s force health protection supply chain. (Graphic produced by Jose Ruiz, U.S. Southern Command Public Affairs)
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Miami - Graphic depicting U.S. Southern Command: COVID-19 Humanitarian Assistance Program projects. Embedded text: U.S. Southern Command: COVID-19 Humanitarian Assistance Program projects. 27 Countries. 262 Projects worth an estimated $14.4 million. 22 donations of field hospitals. 114 donations of protective equipment. 35 donations of medical supplies. 6 donations of testing supplies. 39 donations of medical equipment. 47 donations of disinfecting supplies. In partnership with the U.S. State Department and USAID. Total U.S. Government assistance: $35.9 million (source: U.S. State Department fact sheet, July 29, 2020.) Note: All DOD donated items were purchased from host country suppliers with no impact on DOD’s force health protection supply chain. (Graphic produced by Jose Ruiz, U.S. Southern Command Public Affairs)


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