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Volunteers sew masks for health workers facing shortages
by Tammy Webber, Dee-ann Durbin, and Anne D'Innocenzio
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24 March 2020
On 24 March 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Bill Purdue waterproofs basements for a living, but he has spent the past few days in his buddy's Washington, Indiana, auto trim and upholstery shop cutting rectangles of cotton fabric that his friend sews into face masks. People are banding together to sew face masks for hospitals ... The efforts mirror those in other countries, including Spain, where mask-making volunteers include a group of nuns and members of the Spanish Air Force.
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