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COVID-19 Supplemental Funding Overview

ASPR has provided a total of $350 million in emergency supplemental funding to support the preparedness and response activities and needs of hospitals, health systems, and health care providers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • $100M was awarded as part of Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, and disbursed to recipients through administrative supplements and a new Notice of Funding Opportunity for hospital associations in April 2020.
  • An additional $250M, allocated as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) was awarded in May 2020.

Funding will support the National Special Pathogen System, a nationwide systems-based network approach similar to other models that improve patient outcomes such as the trauma, cardiac, and stroke systems of care. The National Special Pathogen System builds on the Ebola-specific treatment network, and includes:

National Emerging Special Pathogen Training and Education Center 53 hospitals associations in all 50 states, DC, New York City, and Puerto Rico ​10 regional Ebola and other special pathogen treatment centers 62 HHS Hospital Preparedness Program recipients and  partners across the country

Through these components, ASPR is supporting the urgent preparedness and response activities to address the needs of hospitals, health systems, and health care workers on the front lines of this outbreak.Please access the full ASPR press release about the $100M Supplemental and the full ASPR press release about the $250 CARES Act Funding for additional information.


Funding Table

The funding table below lists the total amount of emergency supplemental funding (through both the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act and the CARES Act) as of June 2, 2020. [Note: the $10M provided to NETEC is not included in the table below]. For a detailed breakdown of the funding by source, see the full table.


COVID-19 Supplemental Funding: Total $350M Summary

Recipient Hospital Associations RESPTC HPP  CoAg
Award
Total
(All sources for both rounds of funding)

Alabama

2,495,882

--

1,999,871

4,495,753

Alaska

856,737

--

863,011

1,719,748

Arizona

2,984,810

--

2,338,713

5,323,523

Arkansas

2,852,119

--

2,553,240

5,405,359

California

14,482,655

650,000

8,877,679

24,010,334

Colorado

2,738,332

650,000

2,874,534

6,262,866

Connecticut

1,945,335

--

2,324,172

4,269,507

Delaware

1,043,750

--

962,582

2,006,332

District of Columbia

1,168,047

--

2,114,909

3,282,956

Florida

9,850,557

--

7,211,470

17,062,027

Georgia

4,968,173

650,000

4,807,100

10,425,273

Hawaii

976,202

--

924,660

1,900,862

Idaho

1,097,110

--

1,002,439

2,099,549

Illinois

6,294,982

--

3,906,143

10,201,125

Indiana

4,014,453

--

3,048,931

7,063,384

Iowa

2,722,917

--

2,464,248

5,187,165

Kansas

2,735,448

--

2,107,849

4,843,297

Kentucky

2,531,583

--

2,013,420

4,545,003

Louisiana

3,291,449

--

2,534,035

5,825,484

Maine

1,635,935

--

1,355,641

2,991,576

Maryland

2,992,216

650,000

2,698,025

6,340,241

Massachusetts

3,841,189

650,000

3,634,451

8,125,640

Michigan

4,941,824

--

5,531,606

10,473,430

Minnesota

3,502,638

650,000

3,020,770

7,173,408

Mississippi

2,495,317

--

1,972,998

4,468,315

Missouri

3,824,739

--

2,912,837

6,737,576

Montana

1,436,576

--

1,215,034

2,651,610

Nebraska

2,105,570

650,000

1,691,336

4,446,906

Nevada

1,279,080

--

1,128,670

2,407,750

New Hampshire

1,451,902

--

1,231,221

2,683,123

New Jersey

4,294,332

--

3,608,196

7,902,528

New Mexico

1,406,041

--

1,216,146

2,622,187

New York

4,792,576

--

5,986,589

10,779,165

North Carolina

4,450,596

--

3,372,618

7,823,214

North Dakota

1,503,279

--

1,634,587

3,137,866

Ohio

5,964,690

--

4,780,770

10,745,460

Oklahoma

3,079,728

--

2,358,387

5,438,115

Oregon

2,214,497

--

1,791,968

4,006,465

Pennsylvania

6,124,264

--

7,448,284

13,572,548

Rhode Island

1,593,510

--

1,319,115

2,912,625

South Carolina

2,428,102

--

2,316,329

4,744,431

South Dakota

1,955,568

--

1,553,035

3,508,603

Tennessee

3,619,628

--

2,776,455

6,396,083

Texas

11,470,238

650,000

8,686,359

20,806,597

Utah

1,391,684

--

1,214,997

2,606,681

Vermont

1,026,633

--

951,949

1,978,582

Virginia

3,713,916

--

3,580,636

7,294,552

Washington

3,697,184

650,000

3,548,667

7,895,851

West Virginia

1,872,453

--

1,887,916

3,760,369

Wisconsin

3,773,589

--

3,931,881

7,705,470

Wyoming

1,322,112

--

1,129,359

2,451,471

Puerto Rico

1,273,430

--

1,127,286

2,400,716

Los Angeles County

--

--

3,446,669

3,446,669

Chicago

--

--

3,228,149

3,228,149

New York City

3,474,423

650,000

3,038,597

7,163,020

American Samoa

--

--

176,567

176,567

Guam

--

--

181,862

181,862

Northern Mariana Islands

--

--

176,352

176,352

U.S. Virgin Islands

--

--

179,198

179,198

Marshall Islands

--

--

176,168

176,168

Palau

--

--

175,650

175,650

Micronesia

--

--

177,663

177,663


  • This page last reviewed: June 04, 2020