Personal protective equipment (PPE) and infection-control products
The State of Washington is seeking to fill shortages of specific personal protective equipment (PPE) and infection-control products to support our medical system, first responders, public health and care facilities.
- Disposable gowns
- N95 masks
- Surgical procedure masks
- Face shields
- Powered air purifying respirators (PAPR)
- PAPR hoods
- PAPR filters
- Comfort strips (Max Ari 2000-201)
- Li-Ion batteries
- Small (Max Ari 200-36T)
- Impermeable barriers
- Sanitizing/disinfectant wipes
- Hand sanitizer bottles
- Hand sanitizer refills
- Cleaning solution spray
- Digital thermometers (forehead)
- Disposable thermometers
- Disposable stethoscopes
How to Help
Washington is receiving a high volume of inquiries and offers related to PPE. To help us respond most effectively, please provide us details:
If you have something to sell and want to engage in a business relationship with the state, provide us details on what you are offering.
The state is focusing on bulk donations to fill the highest needs first. If you have a donation of needed bulk supplies learn more and provide us details on what you are offering.
To donate small quantities of items, or other items, contact your local emergency management agency.
If you are a company willing to shift gears and re-purpose manufacturing operations, provide us details on what you can offer.
If you have another offer of assistance, please provide us details.
Distribution of PPE
The state distributes PPE to local emergency management divisions, which distribute items within their areas. The state is using a data-driven approach to fill the most critical and immediate needs, and is also working to address the ongoing need.
- The Department of Health is supporting enrollment and activation of emergency volunteer health practitioners for the COVID-19 response.
- If you would like to volunteer to assist with the response, learn more about how to help.
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