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Over hectic weekend, New York factories retool to make coronavirus face shields for nurses

It had never occurred to Michael Bednark to make face shields at his Brooklyn factory before last week, but by Sunday he was carrying a prototype into New York City's health department headquarters, to be appraised by city officials desperate for resource
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