Fitchburg and Leominster get PPE donations to help fight COVID-19


John Chen, right, global president and CEO of Mascon, Inc. in Woburn, presents Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella, center, and Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale with more than 250,000 donated masks, gowns, face shields, goggles, hand sanitizing wipes, and electrostatic sprayers Tuesday, Dec. 8 at the Leominster Office of Emergency Management.

With the number of positive COVID-19 cases on the rise across the region, officials in Fitchburg and Leominster are thankful for the recent donation of personal protective equipment to their cities.

John Chen, global president and CEO of Mascon, Inc. in Woburn, presented Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella and Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale with more than 250,000 masks, gowns, face shields, goggles, hand sanitizing wipes, and electrostatic sprayers to disinfect surfaces.

Those items, delivered to last week’s presentation at the Leominster Office of Emergency Management, are vital as the Twin Cities enter their 10th month of battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Since the pandemic first started, the city is fortunate to have been the beneficiary of donations from the private sector including from local businesses themselves,” Mazzarella said in an email to the Leominster Champion on Monday. “Mascon Medical’s donation will help us continue our fight against COVID-19. The donation of masks, gloves and cleaning supplies will enable our front-line workers to keep doing their job while staying safe.”



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Fitchburg and Leominster get PPE donations to help fight COVID-19


John Chen, right, global president and CEO of Mascon, Inc. in Woburn, presents Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella, center, and Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale with more than 250,000 donated masks, gowns, face shields, goggles, hand sanitizing wipes, and electrostatic sprayers Tuesday, Dec. 8 at the Leominster Office of Emergency Management.

With the number of positive COVID-19 cases on the rise across the region, officials in Fitchburg and Leominster are thankful for the recent donation of personal protective equipment to their cities.

John Chen, global president and CEO of Mascon, Inc. in Woburn, presented Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella and Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale with more than 250,000 masks, gowns, face shields, goggles, hand sanitizing wipes, and electrostatic sprayers to disinfect surfaces.

Those items, delivered to last week’s presentation at the Leominster Office of Emergency Management, are vital as the Twin Cities enter their 10th month of battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Since the pandemic first started, the city is fortunate to have been the beneficiary of donations from the private sector including from local businesses themselves,” Mazzarella said in an email to the Leominster Champion on Monday. “Mascon Medical’s donation will help us continue our fight against COVID-19. The donation of masks, gloves and cleaning supplies will enable our front-line workers to keep doing their job while staying safe.”



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