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When Ryan Dempsey, managing partner at The East End Group, a Yaphank general contracting rm, learned health care workers there were expressing alarm at the dwindling supply of masks to help protect them from contracting COVID-19, he knew he couldn’t watch from the sidelines with his arms crossed.
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“Last night we received a generous donation of N95 masks, necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) from the East End Group of Yaphank. We want to express our gratitude for the support of our community partners and are working closely with Steve Bellone, Suffolk County Executive, to secure the additional supplies needed to best care for our members,” Peconic Landing said.
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A big shout out and a toot of the plow truck horn goes to ASCA member and Long Island-based East End Group, which announced the donation of 10,000 N95 masks to local hospitals and health organizations.
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