Co-workers lived in a factory for 28 days to make millions face masks and surgical gowns
Updated: Apr 26, 2020
The Braskem petrochemical plant in Marcus Hook, Pa., became a makeshift college dormitory. America workers at the plant, called a “live-in” at the factory, the undertaking was just one example of the endless ways that Americans in every industry have uniquely contributed to fighting coronavirus.
The 43 men went home Sunday after each working 12-hour shifts all day and night for a month straight, producing tens of millions of pounds of the raw materials that will end up in face masks and surgical gowns worn on the front lines of the pandemic.
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