Jeremy Reitman poses wearing one of the medical quality personal protective equipment (PPE) face shields for doctors and nurses that he is making in his garage on 3D printers in Calabasas, California, March 30, 2020. - From amateur seamstresses and sewing clubs to Hollywood costume-makers, a patchwork army of volunteers across the United States is churning out gowns and masks for emergency workers battling coronavirus. Reitman asked friends for donations to buy many more printers, filament printing material, clear PVC plastic sheets and elastic bands to manufacture the face shields needed by hospitals in Los Angeles and across the country. He plans to donate all printers and materials to schools when the crisis is over. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)
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