Federal Donates N95 Masks to Minnesota Hospitals

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posted on March 28, 2020
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Federal is doing its part to fight the COVID-19 crisis by providing medical staff with N95 masks.

The company is donating cases of N95 masks from its equipment inventory and will disperse them to local hospitals near its facility in Anoka, Minn., to help meet supply needs. It has been reported that some medical professionals have resorted to using bandanas or scarves in place of the proper equipment that medical staff normally have available to them due the shortage of N95 masks protecting them from COVID-19 and other illnesses.

Thanks to Federal and other companies that have done their part to help protect medical professionals by supplying the equipment and supples needed to combat COVID-19. 

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