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Teenager 3D Prints Face Masks for Hospitals & More

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Each week, the Progress Report explores what the solutions of today will mean for your tomorrow. Today, we're sharing stories of ordinary people stepping up in big ways to help fight the pandemic.

-In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, three New Yorkers started a nonprofit that provides meals for healthcare workers. Its also keeping locally-owned restaurants alive.

-An 18-year-old in Washington, D.C. who began 3D-printing face masks for his family is now running a 14-printer operation, supplying masks to hospitals throughout the city.

-A World War II veteran fundraised over $40 million by completing 100 laps around his garden - for his 100th birthday. The donations will go to healthcare workers in the UK.

Inspired to help out? Check out these links for different ways you can volunteer your time during the coronavirus pandemic:

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