CareLink working to decontaminate N95 masks for nursing, group homes

CARELINK COURIER Erin O’Halloran holds packaging materials to be used by nursing and group homes and other congregant care facilities for N95 mask decontamination. / COURTESY CARELINK
EAST PROVIDENCE – CareLink, an East Providence-based nonprofit network of health care providers for seniors, has begun coordinating access to decontamination services for N95 masks used in nursing homes, assisted-living facilities and group homes. More than 100 congregant care organizations in Rhode Island qualify for the free service, which is overseen by the U.S. Department…

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