California State University reported Monday 50,000 face masks have been given from Magic Ice Cube and Imagen/SanGuard.
The masks will be conveyed to the CSU’s 21 grounds that have been assigned as Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI).
“Securing the health and wellbeing of our understudies and workers, while guaranteeing that understudies keep up advancement toward degree consummation have been our two college wide needs all through the pandemic, and this blessing will permit us to keep on achieving both,” CSU Chancellor Timothy P. White said in a proclamation.
As the COVID-19 infection started to spread in California, Gov. Gavin Newsom approached the state’s business network for help, mentioning any organization that could create or tie down PPE gear to approach.
As indicated by the CSU, the apportioning of 50,000 face masks was made conceivable by Virginia Madueno, a representative of Imagen/SanGuard who is a Cal State Stanislaus graduated class, and Magic Ice Cube organizer Rudy Rong.
“Magic Ice Cube Founder Rudy Rong and I are the two migrants, and we had the occasion to acquire quality instruction in California, and along these lines realize how significant advanced education is, and the estimation of kept learning given this unordinary time with COVID-19,” Madueno said.
“We will probably help give one more degree of insurance for the absolute hardest-hit networks all through California, served by the California State University and those grounds assigned as HSIs.”