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A local company that specializes in beauty products is ramping up the production of hand sanitizer and donating it to those in need amid the coronavirus outbreak.
TYR Tactical, which makes military equipment in Peoria, is making and selling washable face masks and N95 filters for the public – plus, they’re hiring new workers.
Students at Blue Ridge High School in Pinetop are stepping up to a challenge their teacher Kevin Woolridge put in front of them. Find a way to get much-needed personal protective equipment materials to local hospitals that are caring for coronavirus patients.
Masks made by the company will be delivered to county health departments by the Arizona Department of Public Health Services for use by health, safety, and emergency response workers.
O.H.S.O. Brewery and Distillery is known for two things, beer and spirits. But now the local company can add a third. O.H.S.O. teamed up with Banner Health to donate hundreds of gallons of hand sanitizer to local hospitals as they work to help slow the spread of the new coronavirus.
SanTan Brewing Company in Chandler has turned its operation into producing 400 gallons of medical-grade hand sanitizer for first responders and health care professionals.
Tough times call for creative solutions, and for distilleries, one way to make ends meet after their tap and tasting rooms were closed to the public last month was to create a new business.
Phoenix Analysis and Design Technologies Inc., a Phoenix-based company that provides numerical simulation, product development and 3D printing products, is working to ship out several hundred face shields for health care workers as well as swabs made out of plastic.
Local businesses, groups at the University of Arizona and a network of sophisticated tinkerers known as “makers” are scrambling to fabricate equipment as part of a nationwide movement to help relieve a shortage of personal protective equipment for doctors, nurses and other frontline medical workers.
A 14-year-old Rancho Solano Preparatory student is using his 3D printer to make medical masks as medical professionals face a shortage.
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His wife and one of his daughters also sew masks to give to customers. “Most of our customer base is high risk. And so it’s like, hey, we want to help out where we can,” said Jacob.