US based NEXVOO Announces the Availability of Additional FDA and CE PPE

NEXVOO® operates a Certified Healthcare Factory in Xiamen, China that provides FDA and CE Certified Masks, Gowns, Face Guards, Hand Sanitizer, IR Thermometers, Goggles and More

NEXVOO announces that it is assisting with the US and global pandemic by expanding its resources to offer additional PPE products into the US.

John Gayman, President of NEXVOO®, stated “The current pandemic is causing massive global shortages.  It is humbling to be in a position to help supply these products that are helping to control the spread and transmission of the COVID19 virus and potentially save lives.”

Steven Schmidt, Vice President says, “I’m very proud of the work our team is doing, to assist frontline workers that are in the line of fire. It is inspiring, to see the commitment of Healthcare Leadership and Government Organizations who are working so efficiently in this time of great need.”

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