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A manufacturing company based in Rock Hill is shifting its resources to meet demands for face masks during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Amicks say the S.C. Department of Transportation called them in the middle of March to start producing hand sanitizer as fast as possible. They say after the call they got an explainer from the FDA on how to make hand sanitizer and started working right away.
A local business is doing what it can to help nurses fighting coronavirus, by selling t-shirts and donating a portion of the proceeds.
Manufacturers in South Carolina are trying to help with medical supply shortages amid the covid-19 outbreak by making masks for the medical community.
Jay Self, president and CEO of Greenwood Mills announced Monday that their denim jeans production has now switched over to production of non-medical grade masks and hospital gowns for healthcare workers on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus.
Blackbaud founder Tony Bakker, his wife, Linda Bakker, and their two children, James Bakker and Katy Bakker McKee, are pledging $500,000 to COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund.
Like many other individuals and companies, the team at Wedge heard the pleas from local hospitals that stockpiles were low and decided to help. The company changed and began working with other firms and about 30 volunteers to make face shields.
Along with the help of about five other Clemson students, Sridharan created SaveMAPS.io, or “Save Mom and Pop Shops,” an online directory of about 250 restaurants — and growing — where people can find links to buy gift cards for their favorite hometown spots.
Prisma Health announced today that it is collaborating with Ethicon Inc., part of the Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, to make and distribute a ventilator expansion device, called the VESper™ Ventilator Expansion Splitter.
Miracle Hill Ministries said Wednesday they have partnered with local health systems, governments and other community partners to open quarantine space at Greenville Rescue Mission for the area’s homeless population.
Anderson District 1 & 2 Career and Technology Center, (ACTC) has created a mask prototype that could be a solution to a nationwide problem.
Paper Cutters, a paper and packaging company in Travelers Rest, has found a way to join the fight against the coronavirus.