In times like the present, we’ve seen how important it is to come together for the greater good. And it takes a village to do that.
It’s exemplified in sacrifices and charity during these tough times.
Members of the medical field, specifically, are placing themselves at risk of contracting the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, by simply doing their jobs. Such has prompted people worldwide – here in Tribland, too – to chip in and do their part by constructing the likes of N95-grade masks and face shields for the protection of medical personnel through this pandemic.
Locally, several members of the Amateur Radio Association of Nebraska in Hastings and the Tri-Cities have coordinated within the last week to provide health equipment, namely face shields, to hospitals and clinics.
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Source: Hastings Tribune