A large revolutionary decontamination system has been installed at Camp Murray, which will be able to clean and sterilize up to 80,000 protective N-95 respirator masks every day. It is being called an exciting breakthrough that could help solve the shortage of masks for healthcare professionals fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mason County Division of Emergency Management says people can exchange all used N-95 mask at your local Emergency Management Office. They do ask that you place any used N-95 masks into a sealed bag labeled as “USED N-95” prior to dropping them off for exchange.
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