from The Extinction Protocol:
A Chinese factory in Shandong Province has increased production of hazard protection suits by 30-to-40 percent compared to a year ago, providing protection for healthcare workers who are fighting Ebola, Associated Press reports. About 100 factory workers are producing more than 6000 suits a day, according to the AP. The suits not only have to keep health workers safe from the virus — they have to be flexible. The fabric includes polyethylene — the most common plastic used in plastic bags — and polypropylene, often used in packaging, labeling and bank notes. The hazmat suits are just more than a quarter millimeter thick. They are shipped to Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, as well as to hospitals in the U.S. The number of workers in the Chinese factory and the amount of equipment used to manufacture these suits has doubled to meet the demand, AP reports.
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