Coronavirus: Harbor Freight to donate N95 masks, face shields to hospital workers

Harbor Freight donating N95 masks, face shields to hospital workers during coronavirus outbreak

Harbor Freight, a discount tool retailer, is coming to the aid of those on the front line of the COVID-19 battle.

The company will be donating N95 masks, face shields and nitrile gloves to emergency rooms in need.

Hospital procurement officials have to contact the company via an online form, so Harbor Freight can potentially help.

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While hospitals are being told to reach out, community members can also contact the company via email to alert Harbor Freight if a local hospital is in need. Just be sure to put the hospital’s city and state in the subject line.

If approved, hospitals will be given a voucher that they can take to their local Harbor Freight location.

Company officials admit they don’t have enough to fill all needs, but they will donate everything they can to stop the spread of the virus.

If you work at a hospital with a 24 hour emergency room in need of these items, please ask the office in charge of...

Posted by Harbor Freight Tools on Sunday, March 22, 2020
CENTEREACH, NEW YORK - MARCH 16: An image of the sign for Harbor Freight Tools as photographed on March 16, 2020 in Centereach, New York. The company will be donating N95 masks and other protective gear to hospitals in need to combat COVID-19.
CENTEREACH, NEW YORK - MARCH 16: An image of the sign for Harbor Freight Tools as photographed on March 16, 2020 in Centereach, New York. The company will be donating N95 masks and other protective gear to hospitals in need to combat COVID-19. (BRUCE BENNETT/Getty Images)