Ebeye connects on Covid action

A Zoom conference in session between Kwajalein Emergency Operations Center, which is located at the Leroij Kitlang Kabua Memorial Health Center, and National Emergency Operations Center in Majuro last week. Pictured from left: Glorine Jeadrik, Tearman Jerwan, Aristan Santiago, Scott Paul and Harden Lelet. Photo: Hilary Hosia.

Multiple Zoom meetings between Kwajalein Emergency Operations Center (KEOC) and National Emergency Operations Center (NEOC) in Majuro under the National Disaster Management Office has enabled the Kwajalein Disaster Committee (KDC) to engage in several Covid-19 preparedness campaigns on Ebeye.

With strong partnership from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Ebeye branch and Kwajalein Nitibili Club, KDC has covered multiple community outreach activities and has raised color-coded flags around Ebeye.

This week, the team is planning to deploy to neighboring islands Santo and Ebadon.


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