Thank you for your interest in assisting in these unprecedented times!
In support of the request put forth by MGB Center for Covid Innovation, our goal to is to get good information on Vetted PPE design, as guided by the MGB Center for Covid Innovation, out to those in the design and Maker community with fabrication equipment and an eagerness to help to get safe and effective PPE into the hands of those who are working their hardest to keep us all safe and healthy.
We would like to collect logistical information on equipment, materials, abilities, location and a headcount of those available to help.
At this time, no community-made PPE designs have been approved for medical use by the Center for COVID Innovation. In preparation for approved PPE designs and a call to action to support the production of PPE, we aim to identify our collective resources to facilitate mobilization swiftly and effectively.
This info is to be shared with a network of makers, service bureaus, suppliers and educators throughout the greater Boston area in the hopes of moving forward collectively. Data collected can be provided upon request.
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Resources for Makers & Donors
Refer to MGB Center for COVID Innovation www.covidinnovation.partners.org/wg-info for additional information on the design and vetting of community-made PPE designs in the Greater Boston Area.
Refer to www.getusppe.org for information on community requests to give, or Make PPE for healthcare providers nationally.
Refer to www.getusppe.org/makers/face-shields for face shield designs vetted the National Institutes of Health and other groups (not yet vetted by MGB).
Refer to www.getusppe.org/makers Under "Step 3 Start Making" to review additional yet to be vetted PPE designs.
For up to date information on the pandemic please refer to the www.cdc.gov
For information regarding the status of the BSA Space please refer to www.architects.org