High school students design and create PPE for frontline workers

1,500 pieces of PPE have been distributed to more than 20 different facilities in NJ and other states

There’s no waiting around for the government to come through on personal protection equipment when you can have high school students design, make, and deliver shields, ear guards, intubation boxes, and more to hospitals and medical facilities. That’s what’s happening at Bergen Makerspace. Correspondent Raven Santana reports.