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As COVID-19 continues to spread across New Mexico, many hospitals are left short-handed with supplies to get through the hard times.
Saturday afternoon, the Robert Sotela Foundation, a group focused on giving back to the community, is saying thank you to those drivers. They set up a booth at the Wingstop near I-40 and 98th to give free meals to the truckers as they passed through the city.
A flower shop is trying to bring smiles to peoples faces during the COVID-19 outbreak. Danielle Lowry, who owns Flowers by Zach-Low in downtown Albuquerque, decided to give away her inventory.
Cortez-based pack manufacturer donates to responders battling COVID-19.
The Albuquerque-based medical manufacturer’s main business is producing key components used in ventilators.
Smith’s Food & Drug announced Wednesday it will give all hourly front-line grocery, supply chain, manufacturing, pharmacy and call center associates with a $2 raise for hours worked between March 29-April 18.
George Gianforcaro, a protective garment distributor and longtime friend of Sen. Chris Coons (D-Delaware), says Tuesday’s delivery is one of four shipments of protective masks going to Delaware, Louisiana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York and Utah.
The company began using its printers to produce face shields for health care workers who are on the front lines of the COVID-19 battle.
Roofing company donates supplies to homeland security for fight against COVID-19, asks other businesses to do the same.
Broken Trail Distillery & Brewery has teamed up with other local distilleries to create sanitizer for first responders and other crucial emergency and medical personnel.
Broken Trail is just one of the local distilleries across the state that have answered the call to make hand sanitizer.