DONATIONS NEEDED: New Haven health officials in need of N95 masks, donations can be made at firehouse March 22


NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Mayor Justin Elicker is calling on New Haven residents who may have N95 masks to donate them to the local police and fire departments.

Currently, New Haven officials only have 240 masks.

On Sunday, March 22, N95 masks can be dropped off at any New Haven Firehouse.

The mayor on twitter urged residents to check their basements and ask anyone you know who works in construction or a nail salon if they have extras to spare for health officials in New Haven.

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