Tidelands nursing chief Pam Maxwell says the hospital has thousands of N95 masks, which are crucial to medical workers in the fight against COVID-19, but there’s one problem.

“It’s just that the straps that hold the mask on your head are very, very brittle,” said Maxwell.

Tidelands asked for help sewing new straps on the N95 masks and they definitely got it. The health care provider says more than 2,000 people have volunteered to sew the masks.

Tidelands Health gets “overwhelming” support, as 2,000 volunteers offer to sew crucial medical masks

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