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On the fourth day of Rep. Mike Gallagher’s PPE drive in partnership with the Brown County Health Department, the office gathered a large collection of donated supplies to sanitize and distribute amongst Northeast Wisconsin’s first responders.
Two Wisconsin companies, a Georgia-based manufacturer and a first-term U.S. congressman have worked together to get tens of thousands of gowns produced for front-line medical workers.
Kenosha-based company, Jockey International, Inc., is joining the fight against COVID-19. The company is now in the process of donating personal protective equipment (PPE) to first responders and healthcare workers across the country, including in Wisconsin.
Healthcare workers are at the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and right now more of them are beginning to stay away from their own families to keep them safe. In Three Lakes, Peyer’s Paradise Resort wants to help them do that.
Some manufacturing companies in Wisconsin say they’re ramping up production as consumers stock up in response to the new coronavirus pandemic.
Foxconn’s Wisconsin operations will begin manufacturing Medtronic-designed ventilators in an effort to alleviate the shortage of the life-saving equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic, Medtronic CEO Omar Ishrak told CNBC Monday morning.
Auto insurers Allstate and American Family Insurance announced Monday they’re giving back some $800 million in premiums to customers in recognition that many are not driving much during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
In a mobilization reminiscent of World War II, when factories worked around the clock to address military needs, Wisconsin businesses are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by revving up production of medical supplies.
The manufacturer makes specialty films for flexible food packaging, personal protective equipment and for other markets at its seven production facilities.
Cleaning supplies are flying off store shelves as people try to protect themselves from coronavirus. That’s made for a busy few weeks for Guy and O’Neill, a company in Fredonia that makes wipes and sanitizers.
Rebel Converting, a Saukville-based company that makes hospital-grade wipes, has figured out a way to convert the fabric they use into masks desperately needed by local communities.
After that call, a team of about eight design engineers and employees immediately started designing different options for producing head straps for face shields. Within two days, a design was chosen and almost 80,000 head straps were made.