PHOENIX — Personal Protective Equipment, such as face masks and gloves, are needed to help protect doctors and nurses on the front-line of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Maricopa County Department of Public Health is making a plea to those who may have extra supply.
Due to the severe supply chain disruption of PPE, the MCDPH is implementing a donation management program.
It allows for individuals or organizations who have the materials, commonly used by healthcare workers, to donate it during this state of emergency.
Marcy Flanaga, director of MCDPH, said in a statement that “We soon will have completely depleted our supply from the Strategic National Stockpile and we are depending on the generosity of our community to donate their supplies and help to protect our community members who are protecting those we love.”
Items can be brought to the Donations Warehouse at the Reception Area located at 1645 E. Roosevelt St, Phoenix AZ, 85006, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
· Surgical Masks
· N95 Respirators (Masks)
· Isolation Gowns
· Face Shields or Goggles
· Exam Gloves
· Hand Sanitizer
· Paper Towels
· Disinfectant Wipes
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