Gov. Gavin Newsom is preparing to transport emergency supplies to Ukraine.
There is a worldwide effort to aid the Ukrainian people both inside and outside of the country as the Russian invasion proceeds.
Gov. Gavin Newsom helped load emergency goods for urgent shipments to Ukraine aid on Tuesday morning, according to the governor’s office.
In the event of a disaster or COVID surge, up to five mobile medical stations, each with 50 beds, will be transported to Ukraine.
Grady Joseph, a spokesman for the California Office of Emergency Services, said, “Everything that you would need to set up a fast hospital in a gymnasium or anywhere like that.” Hospitals and a slew of other supplies are on their way to Warsaw, Poland, in the coming days.
Respirators, in case of a Russian chemical strike, are also supplied.
‘From California with love’ was written on one container by Governor Newsom.
With over a million square feet in southern California and 500,000 here, we can help a lot,” stated Governor Brown.
Additionally, law enforcement is providing life-saving body armor and helmets to those caught up in the bombardment.
The company is situated in Palo Alto, California. In addition to helping people fleeing Ukraine, Nova Ukraine provides relief and communications to those who have already left the country, as well as direct assistance to those who remain in Ukraine. Because of their efforts, some people have found shelter in the United States.
When we arrived at San Francisco International Airport, we ran across Barbara Cook who was flying United Airlines.
“In the end, I’m at a loss as to how I’ll get this through. “Before we reach Warsaw, we’ll conduct a thorough investigation “Cook spoke to an airport employee and inquired about their work.
The granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, she’s en route to Poland with 20 suitcases full of donated clothing from friends and relatives in San Francisco and Richmond, California.
Women and their children can begin anew in these outfits.
“We’re working to restore some dignity to the ladies who have been forced to flee their homes as a result of no fault of their own. We’re doing our best to assist them, “Cook, who had just said her goodbyes to her husband and was on her way to Poland, agreed.
“A journey awaits. Incredibly tough and intelligent. Please excuse my ignorance. I’m concerned, to put it mildly “said Alex Daneman, Alex’s husband.
In the hope that Ukraine will survive and prosper once more, people across the United States and around the world are doing everything they can.