Several Ventura students step up to make face shields for medical staff

Several students throughout the Ventura Unified School District are manufacturing face shields for local doctors and nurses who desperately need protective gear.

“We are producing somewhere from 30-40 a day,” said Alex Wulff, who founder of the non-profit organization known as STEMbassadors.

3D printers are being put to work to create face shields for local hospital workers. But the people behind the machines are just kids. Watch video and read more…

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