Coronavirus: Paint company Sherwin-Williams donates masks, gloves, makes hand sanitizer

Sherwin-Williams donates masks, gloves and other equipment to first responders amid coronavirus outbreak

Sherwin-Williams is the latest company to help those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic stay healthy.

The company, which is based in Cleveland, has donated 250,000 masks, gloves and lab coats, WJW reported.

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Now it’s adding hand sanitizer to its list of tools being used in the fight against coronavirus, as well as providing coatings for equipment like ventilators, oxygen tanks and hospital bed frames, WJW reported.

The sanitizer will also be donated to those who need it, WEWS reported.

In Indiana, the company provided 5,000 N95 masks and 1,500 gloves that were to be distributed by the Indiana National Guard and other state agencies, WBIW reported.

In Pennsylvania, Sherwin-Williams gave 7,500 masks and 2,500 gloves to hospitals in the Philadelphia area, WHTM reported.