Posted March 26, 2020

Radians donates over 14,000 N95 masks to Memphis

Donation will help first responders and health care workers.

Radians president Bill England (left) and CEO Mike Tudor (right) pose with the company's donation of 14,000 N95 masks to help Memphis' first responders and health care front-line professionals combat COVID-19.
Radians president Bill England (left) and CEO Mike Tutor (right) with 14,000 N95 maskes the company is donating to Memphis area first responders and health care professionasl to help in the fight agains COVID-19.

Radians, a top-tier manufacturer of quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), donated over 14,000 N95 masks to its hometown Memphis.

According to a recent article in USA Today, “Perhaps no issue is more pressing for health care workers across the United States as they battle the novel coronavirus than the shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) to avoid contamination. Face masks, including N95 masks that provide more protection than loose-fitting surgical masks, are becoming scarcer, subject to increasing demand.”

Radians added the N95 respirator to its PPE portfolio in 2018. “We knew that adding N95 respirators to our portfolio was important,” said Radians President, Bill England, “but with the COVID-19 pandemic, they have become a critical PPE item to help protect those with the highest risk of exposure. We’re happy that Radians is able to make this donation in our hometown, which has a very large medical community including St. Jude, Le Bonheur, and UT Medical.”

Radians CEO, Mike Tutor, said the donation “represents Radians’ corporate responsibility to help during challenging times. With a worldwide shortage of respirator masks, we knew this donation would quickly assist first responders and health care workers as they help Memphis rise above the COVID-19 crisis. The respirators will also be of service at COVID-19 test sites.”

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