New York Times: Where Thousands of Masks a Day Are Decontaminated to Battle the Virus
Employees from central Ohio's own Battelle have recently decontaminated over 30,000 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline providers who are treating COVID-19 patients. This includes PPE for OhioHealth and over 100 other enteties.
Following the decontamination process, the masks are sent back to the facilities they came from. The PPE can be decontaminated and reused up to 20 times, which helps conserve this vital resource for frontline providers.
The New York Times recently did an in-depth story about Battelle's decontamination process and how it works.
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