Target Donates Masks to Local Hospital


There is a national shortage of medical supplies, especially masks, and hospitals are getting desperate. In the midst of this, a Target in Seattle stocked and sold N95 masks. After a photo and post were made on social media they immediately pulled the stock, stating that it was accidental. Target has announced that they will be donating their medical supply stock to the hospitals in Seattle. N95 masks are shown to filter out 95% of small particles in the air, making them a staple in the necessary hospital Personal Protection Equipment.

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