Florida A&M University National Alumni Association (FAMU NAA) presented individual service awards to those involved in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic Friday at the Bragg Memorial Stadium Community COVID-19 Site.
In presenting the awards NAA President Col. Gregory Clark said the work at the site has saved lives.
Awards were presented to FAMU President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., Vice President of University Advancement Shawnta Friday-Stroud, Ph.D., and the FAMU Foundation, and Director Tanya Tatum and the Student Health Services, Cynthia Harris, Ph.D., associate dean of the FAMU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Public, and the Institute of Public Health.
Awards also were presented to Dr. Temple Robinson, director of Bond Community Health Center, the Florida National Guard, the Department of Health-Leon County, and the Florida Division of Emergency Management, which oversees the Bragg site.
The site has administered more than 240,000 tests.