We’re a group of high school students who make face shields for health care workers. Here’s how we do it — and why we got started.

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Daniel Lan and Jalen Xing are high school students creating homemade face shields for hospitals. Lan’s mother is a registered nurse at Kaiser Permanente, and he found it difficult to watch her ask for PPE donations on the Internet. Lan figured out how to create face shields at home, and partnered with Xing. Now, their initiative Students for Hospitals has donated 661 face shields and built 974 more. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

My name is Daniel Lan, and I am a senior at Westmont High School who started the initiative Students for Hospitals.


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