Hospitals look to community for assistance in gathering needed PPE gear

A Temecula Valley Hospital supply chain worker views an inventory of donated isolation gowns as hospitals face the potential for limited personal protective equipment from their supply chain in the event of a surge in COVID-19 patients. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
With the coronavirus topping more than 1.4 million cases worldwide, hospitals across the nation are struggling to meet the demand for the necessary personal protective supplies needed to treat patients carrying the highly contagious illness.Here in the Temecula Valley and surrounding communities, hospitals have turned to businesses and residents to help fill the void of the nearly depleted national stockpile of PPE gear.Both Inla
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