by Marcos Paseggi, Adventist Review, courtesy Adventist Review

A group of people volunteering for the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) in Spain and a newly formed group named “Covidmakers” are using 3D printers and technology to make face masks (also called facial shields), which they are donating to area hospitals, health-care facilities, and senior residences in Camp de Morvedre, Valencia.

According to a March 31, 2020, post by Revista Adventista España (Adventist Review Spain), local ADRA leaders reported that since March 26, volunteers have distributed the first 220 face shields to various facilities, including Sagunto Hospital near Sagunto Adventist College.

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