Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young Announces Donations of Protective Gear, Sanitizer from Private Sector Partners

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Bernard C. "Jack" Young
Mayor,
Baltimore City
250 City Hall - Baltimore Maryland 21202
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BALTIMORE, MD.  — Today, Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young announced that five private entities are donating protective gear and sanitizer to the City of Baltimore that will help protect front-line workers during the COVID-19 emergency. Mayor Young issued the following statement:

“We want to thank our private corporations for their contributions and support during this global health emergency,” Mayor Young said. “It is critical that we ensure that all of our essential workers are appropriately protected. These donations will help in our efforts to continue to keep all Baltimoreans safe.”

Target, Baltimore Health Professional Mutual Aid Corporative, Baltimore Mutual Aid Cooperative, Tito’s Homemade Vodka, and the Vivian T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy are providing the City with disinfectant materials and personal protective equipment to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Contributions include disposable shoe covers, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer, latex gloves, surgical gloves, vinyl gloves, surgical masks, 3M Air Pollution & Pollen Respirator Masks, N95 Respirator Masks, and bulk sponges.

Private entities donating materials:

Baltimore Health Professional Mutual Aid Corporative

  • Gloves,
  • Surgical masks
  • N95 Respirator Masks
  • Gowns
  • Disinfectant wipes

Baltimore Mutual Aid Cooperative

  • Gloves (109 boxes)
  • Surgical masks (1,960) 
  • N95 Respirator Masks (20)

Target

  • 3M Air Pollution & Pollen Respirator Masks, 2-pack (1,000)

Tito’s Homemade Vodka 

  • Hand sanitizer (600 gallons)

Vivian T. Thomas Medical Arts Academy

  • Bulk Sponges (165 packs)
  • Disposable shoe covers (100)
  • Surgical masks (800)

Surgical gloves (750)

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