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Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores is donating 100,000 surgical-grade masks to first responders and city workers to “help slow the spread” of coronavirus, the team announced Monday 해리포터와 아즈카반의 죄수 게임 다운로드.
Gores purchased the masks, and they will be distributed to Detroit police officers, firefighters, bus drivers and other city workers.
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“First responders and city workers are on the front line of this crisis and they need our support now more than ever,” Gores said in a press release opengl 2.0. “I’m proud of the way people are coming together.”
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“Once we get past the immediate threat from the virus, there will be so much more to do,” Gores said.
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