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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the potential supply shortage for face masks, Welia Health is reaching out to our community members to help ensure everyone that would like a mask in our community can have a sustainable option.

If you sew or have extra materials, please follow the guidelines found at right. An instructional video can be viewed at: youtu.be/9tBg0Os5FWQ

Finished masks can be dropped off at any of the clinics (Mora, Hinckley and Pine City) between regular business hours, in the labeled donation bins located near the main entrances.

Welia Health will sterilize all masks before distribution and package separately.

At this time Welia is requesting 500 masks to be made. Once those have been distributed they may ask for additional donations.

All questions can be directed to info@WeliaHealth.org or by calling 320.225.3845

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Mr. Trace Ledner

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