Huron School District donates boxes of medical supplies to local healthcare providers

The medical supplies seen here were donated to local healthcare providers by the Huron School District. (Photo courtesy Donovan Rowe)

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub

Published March 23, 2020

The Huron School District is doing its part to ensure that local health care providers are getting much needed medical equipment during the current COVID-19 outbreak.

“The Huron School District donated items of necessity today to our local health care systems,” Superintendent Donovan Rowe said in a social media post on Monday.

Rowe said the district donated 193 boxes of gloves, 250 face masks, and one box of hand sanitizing gel.

State. Rep Darrin Camilleri (D-Brownstown) picked up the items from the district and dropped them off to local medical providers.

Governors across the country are becoming worried as states run out of medical equipment, The Associated Press reported.

Some hospitals in the country are down to just a day or two of personal protective equipment, the AP reported.

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