Factsheet: United States Contributions to the Global Response to COVID-19

The United States continues to lead the global effort to respond to and end the COVID-19 pandemic. Building upon decades of investment in life-saving health and humanitarian assistance, the American people should be proud of the real results we are achieving through our help to nations around the world, which also helps protect the homeland. ...
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Notice of Funding Opportunity: Promoting Democracy and Recovery Post-Pandemic

The U.S. Embassy Copenhagen of the U.S. Department of State announces an open competition for organizations to submit applications to carry out a program (or project) to increase understanding of American democratic principles, technological innovation in business, and cultural values to promote economic recovery and a more resilient society in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
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President Donald J. Trump Is Demanding Accountability From the World Health Organization

I will never hesitate to take any necessary steps to protect the lives, health, and safety of the American people. I will always put the well-being of America first. – President Donald J. Trump ACCOUNTABILITY FOR AMERICAN TAXPAYERS: President Donald J. Trump is holding the World Health Organization (WHO) accountable by putting a hold on ...
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Åbent brev fra Carla Sands, USAs ambassadør til det danske kongerige

Kære ven, Foråret og det dejlige vejr er vendt tilbage til Danmark. Når jeg finder tid til at nyde solskinnet, er det nemt at forestille sig, for et øjeblik, at tingene er ved at vende tilbage til det normale. Men når jeg så hører nyhederne, bliver jeg hurtigt mindet om, at vi stadig står midt ...
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Continuing U.S. Leadership in the Global COVID-19 Response Through Additional U.S. Foreign Assistance

PRESS STATEMENT MICHAEL R. POMPEO, SECRETARY OF STATE APRIL 8, 2020 Thanks to the unmatched generosity of the American people and the efforts of the U.S. Government, the United States has continued to lead the world’s public health and humanitarian response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are building on that leadership, with another $225 million in health, humanitarian, and economic assistance ...
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U.S. Purchase of Needed Supplies from Russia

PRESS STATEMENT MORGAN ORTAGUS, DEPARTMENT SPOKESPERSON The United States is committed to the global fight against COVID-19.  We are a generous and reliable contributor to crisis response and humanitarian action across the world, but we cannot do it alone.  The countries of the G20 agreed last week to work together to defeat the coronavirus, and we are working closely ...
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Statement from Ambassador Sands

We must work together to overcome the COVID-19 outbreak and the spread of disinformation. Please only trust and share information from credible sources, and, when possible, refer directly to the relevant authorities. It is a fact that the U.S., as with our allies in Europe, is contributing across the world to help stop the spread ...
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President Trump’s Decisive Action on Coronavirus: Containment, Mitigation, and Innovation

President Trump has taken action to stem the spread of the virus, mitigate its impact on the U.S., and find innovative solutions to address this outbreak. CONTAINMENT: President Trump has taken action to restrict travel from impacted areas and secure our borders. President Trump implemented travel restrictions on travel from China in January. The President ...
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Summary of U.S. Actions to Counter COVID-19 – will be updated frequently

President Trump and his Administration are working every day to protect the health and wellbeing of Americans and respond to the coronavirus. WHOLE-OF-GOVERNMENT RESPONSE President Trump signed legislation securing $8.3 billion for coronavirus response. President Trump declared a national emergency, inviting States, territories, and tribes to access over $42 billion in existing funding. To leverage ...
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Message from Ambassador Sands

Dear Friends of the U.S. Embassy and Residents of the Kingdom of Denmark, Our countries have a long and storied friendship, and we will get through this difficult time together. My team and I encourage everyone to follow the travel guidelines announced by the Danish government ( 14 March Security announcement ) and follow the practices recommended by the authorities ...
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Limited Acceptance of Citizenship Applications; All Other American Citizen Services Remain Suspended 

Updated:  June 19, 2020   Accepting Limited Citizenship Appointments:  The U.S. Embassy is accepting limited appointments for U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA).  We are limiting appointments to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Expect delays to receive your new citizenship document following your appointment.   The facilities in the United States which print ...
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The Trump Administration is Working to Rapidly Expand Coronavirus Testing

The Trump Administration is taking action to speed up coronavirus testing and increase accessibility across the country. The FDA is working to help significantly speed up testing and expand accessibility for Americans. The FDA issued emergency approval for a new commercial coronavirus test by Roche that will help greatly expand testing nationwide. FDA: “The FDA authorized ...
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Experts agree that travel restrictions are critical to helping curb the spread of the coronavirus

HHS Secretary Alex Azar : “The travel restrictions that the President put in place at around the beginning of this month [on China] have given our country valuable time to prepare, and that is precisely what they were designed to do.” U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Michael Adams: “[W]e knew most of the cases were coming from China and that’s why the President took an unprecedented ...
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Suspension of Routine Visa Appointments

Updated:  June 23, 2020 Visa Services Suspended:  In response to significant worldwide challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of State has temporarily suspended routine visa services at all U.S. Embassies and Consulates. The U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen has canceled all routine nonimmigrant visa appointments as of March 13, 2020.  We will resume routine ...
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Temporary Pause of International Exchange Programs Due to COVID-19

MEDIA NOTE |  OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON | MARCH 12, 2020 The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) will temporarily pause all ECA-funded programs that involve travel to and from countries with heightened U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Alert Level 2 (Practice Enhanced Precautions) and Warning Level 3 (Avoid Nonessential Travel) or heightened State Department COVID-19 related Travel Advisory ...
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President Trump Has Taken Unprecedented Steps To Respond To The Coronavirus

President Donald J. Trump Has Taken Unprecedented Steps To Respond To The Coronavirus And Protect The Health And Safety Of Americans March 11, 2020 FACT SHEET Together we are putting into policy a plan to prevent, detect, treat and create a vaccine against coronavirus to save lives in America and the world. America will get ...
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President Trump secures no-cost virus testing for Americans

The Trump Administration is leading an “all-of-America” approach, as Vice President Mike Pence calls it, to protect Americans during the global Coronavirus outbreak. “Last week, at this table, the President met with pharmaceutical leaders, we met with nursing home leaders, leaders of commercial labs, airline industries,” Vice President Pence said . “We’re bringing all of the businesses of the ...
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