Star-Advertiser: Hawaii organizations assemble 4,000 face masks for essential workers

Dozens of volunteers converged in conference rooms at the Neal Blaisdell Center to assemble personal protective equipment for Hawaii’s medical professionals and others on the front lines to aid in the battle to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

“It was a great response from the community to make sure our health care professionals are protected while working,” said Laura Nevitt, director of community engagement and training at the Hawaii Children’s Action Network, who helped mobilize the assembly of personal protection equipment.

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