Middlesex District Attorney’s Office Announce Donation Of PPE To Middlesex First Responders

Below is a press release from the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office:

WOBURN, MA — Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Congresswoman Katherine Clark are pleased to announce the donation of 7,500 masks from the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce to first responders in Middlesex County and members of the District Attorney’s COVID Preparation Task Force on October 27, 2020.

The donation comes after the need for additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) was identified by the Middlesex District Attorney’s COVID Preparation Task Force. The Task Force, launched this summer, was created to bring together first responders, including private and municipal ambulance companies as well as police and fire chiefs, to identify and address the needs of those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and to connect participants with appropriate resources and supplies to secure PPE.

“We are grateful for the collaborative work between Congresswoman Clark’s office, the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce and this Task Force,” said District Attorney Ryan. “As we continue to see a rise in COVID-19 cases, we must be vigilant about PPE. Masks save lives and this is certainly true when it comes to our first-responders. We will continue to work with stakeholders to connect those on the front lines to more resources and supplies to ensure their safety.”

“The 7,500 masks donated to our first responders are essential to protecting these brave frontline workers and our community at large,” said Congresswoman Clark. “Since the start of this devastating pandemic, the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce has donated hundreds of thousands of masks to communities and organizations across Massachusetts. Their generosity saves lives, and their altruism embodies the central lesson of this global tragedy: we are stronger and safer when we are united, not divided.”

Jonathan C.Y. Sun, Director-General from Taiwan Chamber of Commerce; Dennis Cataldo, President and CEO from Cataldo Ambulance and President of Massachusetts Ambulance Association; Robert F. Rufo, Woburn Chief of Police; and Joseph Bennett, Hopkington Chief of Police attended the event.

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