Ohio National Guard on front lines during COVID-19 pandemic
Approximately 40 Ohio National Guard Soldiers and Airman deployed, for 20 days, to Federal Correctional Institution, Elkton, in Columbiana County, Ohio, to supplement the facility’s in-house medical team by providing mission essential tasks, including patient triage and in-house patient care to reduce the number of inmates being transferred to local hospitals. More than 700 Ohio National Guard members were activated to provide humanitarian missions in support of Operation Steady Resolve COVID-19 relief efforts, continuing The Ohio National Guard’s long history of supporting humanitarian efforts throughout Ohio and the nation. (Photo courtesy of FCI Elkton)
Senior Master Sgt. Beth Holliker
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