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Prudential Financial is working to fill the shortage of essential medical supplies created by the coronavirus outbreak.
The New Jersey-based insurance company donated 153,000 face masks and approximately 75,000 respirators for health care workers across the state who are bracing for an onslaught of patients as the virus continues to take a foothold around the world.
"While the pandemic has become a global crisis, the fight against it is taking place locally and will be won at the community level," Prudential's CEO Charles F. Lowrey said. "Our cities, towns and neighborhoods have always been there for us, in good times and bad. Their health, well-being and prosperity are vital to our future. We will not let them down in this hour of need."