FEMA seen as ‘control tower,’ helps with behind-the-scenes pandemic efforts
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Federal officials say the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in New Hampshire is in much better shape than it was a month ago as supply chains have opened up for personal protective equipment and other resources are becoming available in the region.
Capt. W. Russell Webster, the New England regional administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, acknowledged early criticism from Gov. Chris Sununu and the state’s Congressional delegation during an interview Wednesday morning. Last month, Sununu called FEMA’s response “slow” and “discombobulated.”