WTEN/News10 aired a story on the donation of 24,000 N95 masks to St. Peter’s Hospital and Albany Medical Center. SEFCU donated the masks to help protect frontline workers as they continue to battle COVID-19.
From the story:
“As we prepare to enter the 10th month of this pandemic, it is understandable that many are feeling ‘COVID-fatigue’ and growing weary from the fight,” said James K. Reed, M.D., president and CEO of St. Peter’s Health Partners. “But there are many more who continue to be resolute in the face of adversity and are ready to take on this latest wave of COVID cases. They are our St. Peter’s Health Partners colleagues on the front lines; the health care workers throughout the Capital Region; and our community partners, like SEFCU, who continue to see a need and have responded by stepping up to take care of those people who take care of others. The entire team at SEFCU has our deepest gratitude for this most recent donation of 24,000 N95 masks to St. Peter’s Hospital and Albany Med, which will be a key tool in this ongoing battle against COVID-19 in our community.”
“In this season of giving thanks, I am extremely grateful for all our local health care heroes – the selfless women and men who are now dedicating their lives to treating those suffering from COVID-19, along with providing world-class care for babies, children, and adults battling injuries and illnesses every day,” said SEFCU President and CEO Michael Castellana.
Click here for WTEN’s full report.