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Bauer, a hockey equipment company based in New Hampshire, is now helping protect doctors and nurses dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
A company in Derry has switched its production line from shampoo to hand sanitizer to help out with the shortage.
To avoid lay-offs, N.H. distillery uses resources to fight COVID-19.
Flag Hill Distillery and Winery has joined several New Hampshire distilleries in adapting its operations to fill a need during the coronavirus crisis through the production and distribution of hand sanitizer to first responders.
Instead of whiskey, rum and vodka, their stills are turning out hand sanitizer to help keep their communities safe.
The most prominent piece of federal legislation recently enacted to help businesses negatively affected by COVID-19 is called the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES Act, enacted March 27 to provide emergency assistance and a healthcare response for individuals, families and businesses affected by the pandemic.
The effort, dubbed “Masks for New Hampshire,” is being led by SoClean and an impressive group of private donors. The group has plans to provide upwards of 20,000 masks a day to the small healthcare communities in dire need of supplies.
Although declining sales from mandated closures are forcing restaurants around the United States to layoff workers and temporality close in some cases, their willingness to help one another as well as health care workers battling the pandemic is inspiring.
Dozens of sewing champions have dusted off their sewing machines to make hundreds of surgical masks for medical personnel in New Hampshire.
SNHU teams up with Guild Education, Penn Foster, and K12 to offer free teaching modules for new online educators, trainings for frontline workers, and home safety tips for individuals in the wake of C19.