Bitty and Beau’s Coffee in Annapolis, MD Receives Paycheck Protection Program Funds

Maryland nurse gets thousands of face masks made to donate to health care providers

A nurse at Holy Cross Hospital is having 3,000 surgical masks and hundreds of N-95s produced for distribution amid nationwide supply shortage.

WJLA: 16-year-old pilot, a Md. high school student, flying medical supplies to rural hospitals

TJ Kim doesn’t yet have his driver’s license, but he’s been flying across Virginia delivering medical supplies to rural hospitals in need. Kim is 16 years old and a sophomore at Landon School in Bethesda, Maryland.

WBAL: Marylanders, companies step up to fight coronavirus

Some would say there’s a ramping up of a community effort similar, albeit on a smaller scale, to what was seen during World War II — people and businesses using their crafts to help battle the coronavirus, causing a shift in what has become a very unstable economy.

WCJB: Maryland business owners donate 14,000 masks to the state

In Maryland, a business is donating 14,000 N95 respirators to the state to help fight the spread of the virus. The donation came from a stockpile of masks that one of the owners amassed in a previous initiative to help others.

Under Armour is making ‘no-sew’ face masks for Maryland hospitals treating COVID-19

At its Port Covington innovation hub, the apparel brand is designing and manufacturing personal protective equipment like face shields and fanny packs for the University of Maryland Medical System.

The Hill: Previously closed Maryland company reopens to manufacture protective equipment during coronavirus pandemic

After ceasing production out of safety precautions against COVID-19, McCormick reworked his construction space to produce the vital PPE that hospitals across the country are sorely lacking.

The Baltimore Sun: University of Maryland providing masks, personal protective equipment to hospitals

As hospitals around the country face a shortage of personal protective equipment to fight the new coronavirus, the University of Maryland, College Park is delivering N95 respirators and surgical face masks to the state university’s medical system in Baltimore.

NAM: Manufacturer Racks Up New Product in COVID-19 Response

At 6:15 p.m. on Friday, Marlin Steel Wire Products, a Baltimore-based wire and sheet metal fabricator, received an urgent order. A client conducting coronavirus testing needed a large set of test-tube racks by Monday morning to continue work. Marlin had never designed test-tube racks before, but the company sprang into action.

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