October 3, 2022

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US Navy team deployed to Indiana to help health care workers treat COVID-19 patients

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US Navy team deployed to Indiana to help health care workers treat COVID-19 patients

A team of military medical personnel has been deployed to Indiana to assist health care workers in treating COVID-19 patients.The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requested around 40 military medical personnel to be deployed in two teams, one team to Indiana and one team to Wisconsin. While there, the team will “support civilian healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients,” according to a release.A 20-person team from the U.S. Navy will head to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis to provide support.Related video above: ‘I give it another week or two’: Rising COVID-19 cases threaten to surpass highest levels ever“Since COVID began, our military medical personnel have been committed to fighting the pandemic and supporting our local, state and federal partners and communities in need,” said Lt. Gen. John R. Evans, Jr., U.S. Army North commander. “As we look ahead to the holiday season and 2022, we must remain vigilant in our fight, especially now as Indiana and Wisconsin are added to our supported states and we must keep in our thoughts the service members and healthcare professionals on the front lines.”

A team of military medical personnel has been deployed to Indiana to assist health care workers in treating COVID-19 patients.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requested around 40 military medical personnel to be deployed in two teams, one team to Indiana and one team to Wisconsin. While there, the team will “support civilian healthcare workers treating COVID-19 patients,” according to a release.

A 20-person team from the U.S. Navy will head to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis to provide support.

Related video above: ‘I give it another week or two’: Rising COVID-19 cases threaten to surpass highest levels ever

“Since COVID began, our military medical personnel have been committed to fighting the pandemic and supporting our local, state and federal partners and communities in need,” said Lt. Gen. John R. Evans, Jr., U.S. Army North commander. “As we look ahead to the holiday season and 2022, we must remain vigilant in our fight, especially now as Indiana and Wisconsin are added to our supported states and we must keep in our thoughts the service members and healthcare professionals on the front lines.”

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