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Next Advance, Inc. Mobilizes Resources and Workforce to Rapidly Produce Disposable Face Shields for Medical Professionals



In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Next Advance, Inc. has announced they have been working around the clock to mobilize their resources and workforce to rapidly produce disposable face shields for medical professionals. Their disposable face shields are designed for healthcare workers, universities, research facilities, law enforcement, and other professionals where risk of exposure to potentially hazardous pathogens, such as COVID-19, is possible.

The disposable face shields provide a barrier against COVID-19, bodily fluids, sprays and chemicals. The clear plastic allows for maximum visibility and the design allows for medical professionals to easily wear the shields with our without goggles.

In a statement, Next Advance said: The coronavirus has put lives of so many medical professionals, first responders, and public servants at risk — as well as their patients and families. We felt we had a duty to use our biotechnology expertise and resources to help meet the needs of this vital community. To that end, we have retrofitted our facility, added equipment and realigned staff duties to help meet the escalating demand for disposable face shields. Out team is working around the clock to ramp up production and serve your critical needs.

For pricing call 1.518.674.3510 or email [email protected]

 

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