Columbus / Ohio

A FEMA cargo plane carrying 2.85 million surgical masks, 170,000 N-95 respirators, 18,650 gowns and other equipment arrived at an airport in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio has more than 4000 cases of coronavirus.

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