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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Monthly Report February 2021

Medical Reserve Corps

A volunteer with the Dutchess County NY Medical Reserve Corps (NY) administers a COVID-19 vaccine shot.      



 February 2021: At a Glance


 


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MRC volunteer hours icon
767
199,825
75,000
​MRC units

​MRC volunteers

​hours devoted to COVID-19
vaccination support



923 Reported MRC Activities


 

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MRC bar results
136
697
74
158
137
48
52

Improved community preparedness
Participated in emergency response
Served a vulnerable population
Strengthened MRC unit
Strengthened public health
Supported non-emergency community event
Trained to improve response capability

The numbers in this chart may not equal the total number of actual activities. The number of activities
notes the number of unique entries by MRC unit leaders for the current month, but some activities have
impacts in multiple areas.




MRC volunteers devoted more than 75,000 hours to COVID-19 vaccination
efforts in communities across the country in February 2021


 

Martin County MRC COVID-19 vaccine volunteer

A Martin County Medical Reserve Corps (FL) member helps at a drive-through COVID vaccination site.    

Many units supported COVID-19 vaccination clinics, including the following:


Region 1
The Wachusett Medical Reserve Corps (MA), the Massachusetts Task Force (MA), the Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps (MA), and the Greenwich MRC (CT).


Region 2
The Morris County Medical Reserve Corps (NJ), the Ocean County Medical Reserve Corps (NJ), the Central New York Medical Reserve Corps (NY), the Atlantic County Public Health Medical Reserve Corps (NJ), the Hunterdon County Medical Reserve Corps (NJ), and the Burlington County Medical Reserve Corps (NJ).

Region 3
The Montgomery County Medical Reserve Corps (MD) and the Howard County Medical Reserve Corps Unit (MD).

Region 4
The Marion County Medical Reserve Corps (FL), the Capital Medical Reserve Corps (NC), the Sullivan County Health Department Medical Reserve Corps (TN), and the Cobb/Douglas Medical Reserve Corps (GA).

Region 5
The Franklin County and Columbus Medical Reserve Corps (OH), the McHenry County Medical Reserve Corps (IL), the Kane County Medical Reserve Corps (IL), the Union County Medical Reserve Corps (OH), the Peoria City/County Health Department (IL), and the Grundy County (IL) Medical Reserve Corps (IL).

Region 6
The OKMRC District 2 MRC (OK), the Alamo Area Medical Reserve Corps (TX), and the Harris County Medical Reserve Corps (TX).

Region 7
The Tama County Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps (IA) and the Cape Girardeau County Medical Reserve Corps (MO).

Region 8
The Medical Reserve Corps of El Paso County (CO).

Region 9
The Berkeley Medical Reserve Corps (CA), the Oahu Medical Reserve Corps (HI), the Contra Costa County Medical Reserve Corps (CA), and the San Luis Obispo County MRC (CA).

Region 10
The Linn County Medical Reserve Corps (OR), the Multnomah County Medical Reserve Corps (OR), the City of Cannon Beach MRC (OR), and the Medical Reserve Corps of Eastern Washington (WA).

In addition, members of the Medical Reserve Corps of El Paso County (CO) provided telehealth assistance relating to individuals in isolation shelters.

The North Shore-Cape Ann Emergency Preparedness Coalition MRC (MA), the Mystic Valley Medical Reserve Corps (MA), and the Northern Essex County MRC (MA) answered calls from the public relating to registering for COVID-19 vaccinations.

The Harris County Medical Reserve Corps (TX) helped with COVID-19 testing.

In response to a tornado in Brunswick County, North Carolina, the NC Baptist Men Medical Reserve Corps Central Region (NC) assisted with first aid and disaster relief efforts.

The Upper Cumberland Tennessee Regional Medical Reserve Corps (TN) participated in a health disparities task force call.


MRC therapy bunny

Pictured: After several busy weeks and months of responding to the pandemic, a volunteer with the Three
Rivers
Medical Reserve Corps (VA) relaxes with a therapy rabbit.



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  • This page last reviewed: May 03, 2021