Shoreline Emergency Response Team distributed face masks Thursday

Friday, July 3, 2020

Emergency Management set up a station

Story and photos by Cynthia Sheridan

As part of the State's effort to ensure everyone has access to face coverings, the City of Shoreline has received 16,000 masks for distribution.

Check in by neighborhood

The City is working with local partners on a variety of ways to distribute the masks

In partnership with the Shoreline Fire District, the Shoreline School District, and Public Health Seattle and King County, the City set up a drive-thru distribution site on Tuesday and Thursday of this week at the Student parking lot at Shorewood High School.

Team leader for the event was Jason McMillan, Office of Emergency Management.

Each kit contains eight soft white masks, made by Hanes, along with instructions for care and proper use. 

Proof of residency was not required; however, the response team kept track of neighborhood locations. Most cars came from nearby neighborhoods with an estimated 400 cars on Thursday, July 2, 2020.


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