(Ray Whitehouse, Julia Weissman, Nicholas Weissman/The Washington Post)
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Hospitals battling coronavirus are short on vital supplies. This aid group is rushing to help.
Direct Relief is used to providing aid to global hotspots during times of emergency. Now, they are responding to an emergency at home, as U.S. hospitals appeal for more masks and other protective equipment to shield health-care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak.
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