A plane from Angel Flight West is loaded with equipment from Make4Covid, including face shields for Melissa Memorial Hospital, at Centennial Airport Saturday, April 4.
MMH is recipient of Make4Covid face shields
When hospitals across Colorado were facing a shortage of personal protective equipment, a new group called Make4Covid answered the call.
Working alongside medical professionals, the Make4Covid community is designing, manufacturing, testing and distributing medical and protective equipment to address a critical need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last Saturday, April 4, a small plane flew out of Centennial Airport with face shields bound for Melissa Memorial Hospital in Holyoke. The plane was flown by Angel Flight West, a nonprofit that normally flies people with serious conditions to nonemergency medical appointments.
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