More Chatham-Kent businesses are joining the fight against COVID-19 and reaching out to the front line.
One of those companies even got a shout out from the Prime Minister of Canada on Tuesday.
Tilbury’s Autoliv is doing their part to help healthcare workers locally and across the country. Autoliv is making the move to produce medical gowns out of the same material they normally use to produce airbags.
Handy Brothers Climate Care in Blenheim is making exhaust hoods for the CKHA. This helps create negative air pressure rooms and will be used in both Chatham and Wallaceburg sites of the alliance.
Dalios Denture and Hearing Clinic is putting their 3-D printer to work to help make much needed PPE including a prototype of N-95 masks, which are in dire need for front line staff.