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Brainstorming to create a wearable audio device (wristband, pendant) that would contain a chip with a 60/120 second recording from a loved one which could be worn in the hospital for patients in serious condition from the corona virus and isolated from family contact. It is important the device is small and button activated, easily operated by the patient or nurse. Repurposing sound modules from plush toys, that have the recordable feature would work. If anybody has access to such modules please get in touch. ... See MoreSee Less
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Gus Andrews is working to source masks for hospital employees in the NY, NJ, CT, PA areas.
Homemade masks aren't perfect, but the Center for Disease Control has put out information saying that in a crisis situation where mask supplies are low, a simpler fabric barrier could be better than none.
We're hearing that some hospital workers currently are offered no masks at all, or have to use the same disposable mask all day. Washable fabric masks could make it easier for workers to at least have more mask access and ensure their masks are washed at the end of the day.
If you would like to contribute to this effort, could you put your information in this Google form?