MyPillow founder Mike Lindell has shifted production and announced on Twitter Tuesday that his company will manufacture face masks for hospitals, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“@MyPillowUSA is excited to announce that we are now manufacturing face masks for hospitals across the country!” Lindell tweeted.
In Minnesota, the MyPillow company is refocusing 75 percent of its production to face masks for health care workers. “We have capacity to make a lot of things at big rates and we’re going to be going hopefully from 10,000 units a day to 50,000 units a day in a very short period of time,” Mike Lindell told FOX 9 of Minneapolis-St. Paul.
“This has been a great unifier of everybody private sector, government, everybody getting involving and uniting as a country and as a people and we show what we can do when the chips are down,” said Lindell.
In another tweet on Thursday, Lindell wrote: “@MyPillowUSA has joined the fight against #COVID19. We are now producing face masks for our nation’s #healthcareworkers. These will not be for sale to the public. I will be sharing more details with @edhenry on @FoxNews this morning at 10:30 a.m. CT #strongertogether”.
On Friday, he took to Twitter to say: “@MyPillowUSA is proud to answer the President’s call to action as we are producing much-needed face masks to help protect our brave medical workers on the frontlines of this invisible war. It’s time for manufacturers across the USA to help @realdonaldtrump. #KeepAmericaSafe”. (Video Below)
Mike Lindell discusses shifting production to create face masks for hospitals:
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