Mask-makers in Kalamazoo spend their days sewing to protect others (MLive)

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Michigan, there has been a shortage of personal protective equipment, including masks.

Kellie Boers sits at her sewing machine in the living room of her Portage home with her dog, Lucy, by her side. Boers has been working 12-hour days at her makeshift workstation, sewing masks for healthcare workers and others who need added protection from the coronavirus pandemic.

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