A Toronto hospital is accepting donations of masks and other protective gear from members of the public in an effort to ward off what some say is an impending shortage.
The Personal Protective Equipment Drive at Michael Garron Hospital comes a day after two Ontario medical associations sounded the alarm about the supply of N95 and surgical masks.
The Ontario Medical Association and the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario said there is a large stockpile of the masks that have expired but should still be used in lower-risk areas.
The associations are also calling on anyone with masks not currently being used to hand them over so they can be used by health workers.
They specifically called on education institutions and dental workers to repurpose their supplies.
The federal government has said its secured millions more masks, which Read More – Source