Springfield, MA – In President Trump’s press briefing on March 17 with the coronavirus task force, Vice President Pence called on construction companies nationwide to help protect healthcare providers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic by donating their inventory of N95 SURGICAL RESPIRATOR MASKS with NIOSH ON THE LABELING to their local hospitals.
Adam Quenneville is stepping forward to coordinate mask donations in the Greater Springfield area by asking local contractors to donate their inventory of new N95 SURGICAL RESPIRATOR MASKS with NIOSH ON THE LABELING to Baystate Health. Protective eyewear is also in need.
These N95 RESPIRATOR MASKS with NIOSH IMPRINTED ON THE LABELING are designed to protect against particulate matter such as dust, fumes, mists, aerosols, and smoke particulates. They are effective against biological particles such as pollen, mold spores, bacteria, viruses, animal dander and allergens, and aerosolized droplets invisible to the naked eye.
“Words cannot express how thankful we are to have the support of local contractors to donate their inventory of N95 Surgical Respirator Masks and protective eyewear at this critical time,” says Mary Persaud, Consultant, Clinical Value Analysis at Baystate Health. “Thank you to Adam Quenneville for moving this forward. In order to keep the drop off safe and organized, we are asking contractors to call or email in advance.”
CONTRACTORS: TO DONATE MASKS or PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR
Call or email Mary Persaud
Phone: 413-695-0944 • Email: Mary.Persaud@baystatehealth.org
“I am sending an urgent plea to our brotherhood of local contractors to please donate any new inventory you have of N95 SURGICAL RESPIRATOR MASKS and/or PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR to Baystate Health,” says Adam Quenneville. “Together we can fight this virus by taking care of the healthcare providers who need protection. If you cannot donate, please post this message where other contractors will see it. Thank you and be well.”