Situation Snapshot

What's The Latest And How Can You Help With Relief Efforts?

In recent months, ALAN has been actively monitoring several disasters, including Hurricane Ian, Hurricane Fiona, the Jackson, MS water crisis, flooding in Pakistan, the flooding in Kentucky and Central Appalachia, the war in Ukraine, the Colorado fires, the December tornadoes, the Tennessee flash flood, the Haiti earthquake and COVID-19. We encourage you to check in frequently for the latest updates and needs. Or if you’d prefer, feel free to make a donation to support our ongoing humanitarian efforts.  Every dollar truly helps.

ALAN is actively responding to Hurricane Ian, Hurricane Fiona, the Jackson MS water crisis, Pakistan flooding, flooding in Kentucky and Central Appalachia, the war in Ukraine, and other humanitarian needs around the globe.

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Hurricane Ian

Case 9128: 40ft reefer container for mass feeding operation Port Charlotte FL 33948

Case 9124: Forklift with outdoor wheels for POD sites in SW Florida

Case 9121: 3rd party warehouse partner in SW/Central FL

Case 9120: Forklift for Tampa area foodbank

Hurricane Fiona

Case 9129: Deliver 4 LTL shipments from SJU to Aguadilla 00603 (6 boxes .40 CBM), San Juan 00909 (4 boxes .26 CBM), Ponce 00716 (10 boxes .66 CBM), Mameyal Dorado 00646 (20 boxes 1.56 CBM)

Case 9119: Transportation 5 pallets cleaning and hygiene from Lakeland, FL 33805 to San Juan, PR 00901

Case 9118: Transportation 2 pallets humanitarian aid from Port Orange, FL 32129 to Mayaguez, PR 00682

Case 9116: Truckload of bottled water for Puerto Rico food bank

Case 9115: Boxes for Puerto Rico food bank

General Humanitarian

Case 9117: LTL trucking two pallets from Londonderry, NH 03053 to Long Island City, NY 11101

Case 9111: Ground transport 15 pallets mattresses from Portage, WI 53901 to Paintsville, KY 41240

Case 9110: LTL Transport 1 pallet OTC medications from Denver, CO 80216 to Paintsville, KY 4124

Case 9109: LTL Transport 1 pallet OTC medications from Whitestown, IN 46075 to Paintsville, KY 41240

Case 9106: Ground transport 20 pallets canned water from Jersey City, NJ 07310 to Jackson, MS 39203

 

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American Logistics Aid Network is closely monitoring information regarding COVID-19 caused by the novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and its impact on supply chains. You will find below links for Current Situation updates, Logistics and Supply Chain information, Non-Profit and First Responder information, and Personal/Personnel Safety. We invite your questions and comments via our contact us page.

Supply Chain Intelligence Center Visit ALAN’s Supply Chain Information Center for the most up-to-date information on policies and infrastructure disruptions affecting freight flows.

Current Situation

Information about the virus from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Visual of where cases have been identified (note that the numbers may be underreported based on a shortage of testing kits)

Information about the COVID-19 response from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA):

Covid-19 Response Page ENGLISH

Covid-19 Response Page SPANISH

 

Logistics and Supply Chain Information

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA):  FMCSA Expanded National Emergency Declaration: Including hours of service

CDC Media Releases – Supplying Truck Driver Guidance: CDC Statement on Self-Quarantine Guidance for Greater New York City Transportation and Delivery Workers

Small Business Administration (SBA): COVID-19 Resources

 

Non-Profits and First Responders

CDC:  Interim Guidance for Community- and Faith-Based Organizations

 

Personal/Personnel Safety

How to keep yourself and your employees healthy: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) COVID-19 Overview

CDC: How to Protect Yourself

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Disinfectants for Use Against COVID-19

CDC: Key Mitigation Measure In the Event of Exposure

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If you are a business wishing to offer assistance, please click here.

Visit our Supply Chain Intelligence Center for the most current weather and COVID impact information.

Hurricane Ian

*For further information read our Hurricane Ian Situation Report.

Florida

President Biden approves major disaster declaration for Florida on September 29, 2022 (in response to Hurricane Ian beginning on September 23, 2022, and continuing)

Florida State of Emergency Management: Evacuation Orders

Florida State of Emergency Declaration 

Private Sector Office of Coordination: Emergency Support Function 18: Business, Industry, and Economic Stabilization

New Planning Tool from FEMA Resilience Analysis and Planning Tool (RAPT)

The Federal Communications Commission Hurricane Ian Status

Resource for Available Fuel: GasBuddy/Florida

 Active Transportation Waivers

Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Perdue issued Emergency Road Use Permit / Enforcement Bulletin 2022-002

State Re-Entry Information

Florida Private Sector Re-Entry Guidelines

Road Conditions

Florida 511 Traffic Status

Evacuation Status

As of September 29, 2022, Florida Evacuation Orders

  • Alachua County (voluntary for those in flood prone and low-lying areas)
  • Charlotte County (mandatory)
  • Citrus County (lifted)
  • Clay County (mandatory)
  • Collier County (mandatory)
  • Flagler County (mandatory)
  • Franklin County (voluntary)
  • Gilchrist County (voluntary)
  • Glades County (voluntary)
  • Hernando County (lifted)
  • Highlands County (voluntary)
  • Hillsborough County (mandatory)
  • Lee County (mandatory)
  • Levy County (lifted)
  • Manatee County (mandatory Zone A & B; voluntary Zone C)
  • Nassau County (mandatory for Zone A and D as of 9/28/22)
  • Orange County (voluntary)
  • Osceola County (voluntary)
  • Pasco County (mandatory)
  • Pinellas County (lifted)
  • Polk County (information only)
  • Putnam County (recommended in Zone A & F)
  • Sarasota County (mandatory)
  • Seminole County (voluntary)
  • St. Johns County (mandatory)
  • Sumter County (voluntary)
  • Taylor County (voluntary)
  • Volusia County (voluntary)

Curfews

  • Charlotte County: (effective: 9/28/22 from 9:00 pm until 6:00 am; until further notice)
  • Flagler County: (effective: 9/28/22 8:00 pm until 7:00 am; until further notice)
  • Lee County: (effective: 9/28/22 from 6:00 pm until sunrise; until further notice)
  • Volusia County: (effective 9/28/22 from 8:00 pm until 7:00 am 9/30/22)

Port Conditions

*As of September 29, 2022

Port of Tampa, as of September 25, 2022: Port Condition Yankee, monitoring Hurricane Ian

  • Port Canaveral: Zulu
  • Port Everglades Status: Normal
  • Port of Tampa Status: landside operations resumed September 28, 2022
  • Port of Miami: Normal as of September 29, 2022
  • Seaport Manatee: Zulu
  • Port of Fernandina: Closed
  • Jaxport: Zulu
  • Port of Palm Beach: landside operations start September 29, 2022, at 12:00 pm ET; waterside operations to resume after USCG conducts assessment on September 30, 2022
  • Port of Key West: closed to maritime traffic

Transportation

Tampa International Airport prepares for potential severe impacts from Hurricane Ian

Utilities

South Carolina

South Carolina Governor McMaster issued Executive Order 2022-28 on September 28, 2022, in response to Hurricane Ian

South Carolina Emergency Management Agency

South Carolina State Business Reentry Program

Road Conditions: South Carolina 511 Traffic Status

North Carolina

North Carolina Governor Cooper issued Executive Order No. 270 on September 28, 2022, in response to Hurricane Ian

North Carolina Department of Public Safety / Emergency Management

North Carolina State Business Reentry Program

Road Conditions: DriveNC.gov

Georgia

Georgia Governor Kemp issued Executive Order on September 28, 2022 (extension of Executive Order 04.13.22.01) in response to Hurricane Ian.

Georgia Emergency Management Agency

Georgia Re-Entry Program

Road Conditions: Georgia511

Virginia

Virginia Governor Youngkin issued Executive Order Number Twenty-Two (2022) on September 28, 2022, in preparation for Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Fiona
Federal Resources
Additional Resources

The American Logistics Aid Network is actively working with industry partners and nonprofits to coordinate humanitarian aid for Ukrainian refugees. Below is a list of organizations undertaking related efforts. Feel free to contact us with additional questions or inquiries.

Ukraine Refugee Resources

Verify information on relief organizations through Charity Navigator

Adventist Disaster Relief Agency

Afya Foundation

Airlink Flight

Doctors Without Borders

Flexport.org

GlobalGiving Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund

Greater Good

International Committee of the Red Cross

International Medical Corps

International Rescue Committee

IsraAid

Order of Malta /Malteser International and Order of Malta Aid to Ukrainian Refugees

Procure4Peace

Project C.U.R.E.

Project HOPE

Save the Children

Ukrainian Red Cross

UNICEF

United Nations World Food Programme

USAID Center for International Disaster Information Ukraine Disaster Resources

Voices of Children

World Central Kitchen

World Food Programme

World of Giving

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