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 Ida, Hurricane Nicholas, Hurricane Henri, the Tennessee flash flood, the Haiti earthquake, Tropical Storm Elsa, the California fires, the Texas winter storm 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.

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9016: Temporary overflow warehouse – Newburgh, NY 12550

9013: Warehouse space near IAD – Dulles, VA 20166 (details pending)

9021: Warehouse space, pallet jack, pallets, pallet racking, gaylord boxes Fort Dix, NJ 08641

9022: 10,000 – 15,000 sqft warehouse space Quantico / Manassas VA

8987: East coast warehouse for med supplies


9028: Transport 2 TLs drinks and snacks from OK to LA (details pending)

9008: Ground transport 24 pallets/35,000 lbs food from Albany GA to Newburgh, NY for onward movement to Haiti (PENDING)

Equipment & Supplies

9003: 20’ shipping container in Northern California for Dixie fire

9019: Electric pallet jack – Newburgh, NY

8999: 56’ shipping container Newburgh, NY 12550

9007: Forklift in East Texas (details pending)

9017: Bottled water for Ida flood response – Newburgh, NY (PENDING)

9000: Forklift Newburgh, NY (PENDING)

Completed Cases

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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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Current Situation

Evacuation Status

As of August 28, 2021 the following evacuations were ordered:


  • St. Charles Parish: mandatory by 5pm Saturday, August 28, 2021
  • New Orleans Lake Catherine, Irish Bayou and Venetian Isles: mandatory evacuation
  • Remaining New Orleans communities: voluntary evacuation order
  • Terebonne Parish: Zone 1 and Zone 2 evacuation ordered; Zone 3 and Zone 4 advised
  • Plaquemines Parish: evacuation ordered
  • Lafourche Parish: voluntary evacuation ordered
  • Port Fouchon: businesses and employees recommended to leave

Federal Resources






New England Regional




Weather Information

Wellness Resources

Additional Resources

Don’t see a need that pertains to you or your organization? Consider pre-offering your expertise, transportation, warehousing or material handling support by filling out a form here. You never know when it will be needed.