You can help, either by making visors if you have the equipment or by spreading the word
Two weeks ago, the SKWAWKBOX published an appeal by a Liverpool MP and a foodbank charity for readers with 3D-printing equipment for front-line health staff, after MP Ian Byrne was swamped by appeals from desperate nurses and paramedics.
Readers responded immediately and vital equipment has been delivered daily to hard-pressed staff. And one, Laura Carr, has provided footage of the visors she has been producing:
For details of contacts coordinating PPE supply, read this.
If you work in a care home or know someone who does and would like to report on coronavirus cases and deaths in your facility, visit here.
If you have 3D-print kit, please help. If not, please share this article to reach those who do.
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