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Amanda Peery-Wolf

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Get Us PPE Weekly Briefing

By PPE Shortage Briefing

By Amanda Peery-Wolf GetUsPPE Article in The Lancet On Friday, May 15th, GetUsPPE put out a press release announcing a Correspondence article in The Lancet authored by several of our team members. The article analyzes data from GetUsPPE’s Demand Data Hub, showing that the PPE shortage remains widespread. It looks at the breakdown of registered needs across, for example, income quadrants, regions of the country, and urban, suburban, and rural areas. This study establishes GetUsPPE as the leading source of PPE demand data in the US.  The Fairness Framework We have launched “Fairness Framework” for the equitable distribution of PPE….

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1 Million Pieces of PPE Distributed

May Day: 1 million PPE matched

By Impact Stories, News

At, we are proud to announce that we have matched over one million pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) with healthcare workers in need around the country. Our grassroots organization, which has accrued the nation’s largest dataset of PPE demand, enables local donors to find and deliver supplies to facilities in their community. GetUsPPE also directly matches larger donations with healthcare institutions facing shortages. Surpassing the one-million mark has required tireless work, countless hours, and the skilled coordination of local groups across the country. Our Bay Area regional affiliates alone have delivered nearly 317,000 units of PPE.  The volunteers…

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Masked people with boxes of PPE received after submitting a PPE request from Get Us PPE

PPE Weekly Briefing: States Reopen and Get Us PPE Ramps Up Regional Deliveries

By PPE Shortage Briefing

How will reopening states affect healthcare workers? Summer weather is arriving early in some parts of the country, but beach umbrellas are not a cheerful sight for California governor Gavin Newsom. Frustrated by crowded shorelines, he reminded his constituents that the state is weeks, not months away from loosening stay-at-home restrictions–if Californians can observe social distancing until then.  Other state governments are moving in the opposite direction, allowing shops, movie theaters, and even, in Georgia’s case, salons and bowling alleys to reopen their doors. The majority of Americans would rather extend stay-at-home orders, though, and healthcare providers agree with them….

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