A California woman is hand-making hundreds of face masks for medical workers and at-risk neighbors. One America's Adonis Albright spoke with Kathy Gregg to learn more about her efforts.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced during a coronavirus briefing at the White House, Monday, April 6, in Washington, the end of a dispute with U.S. manufacturer 3M to supply millions of masks to medical professionals on the front lines of the fight against the virus.
————————— CGTN speaks with Richard Lee, President of Joola, a ping-pong manufacturer, about the company shifting to face mask production for people in the U.S. to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. His company makes and sells table tennis equipment worldwide.
But soon after the COVID-19 outbreak, their factories were temporarily closed in China. The ping-pong business, like much of the world economy, was put on hold. When the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio put out a call for more face masks the answer came from an unlikely source, the Amish community. NBC News' Chris Jansing spoke with a member of the community who said he just wanted to help. Face masks and medical supplies are being sold for two or three times their value as countries scramble to protect their health workers.…