While it isn’t necessarily business as usual, more and more brands are looking to help. The LEGO Group is offering their assistance to healthcare workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis. Using their facilities, they are producing thousands of protective facial visors.

According to an Instagram post that was published by LEGO earlier this week, the company’s Billund-based factory in Denmark has reworked some of their machinery to make more than 13,000 plastic masks per day. The masks will reportedly be distributed to hospitals and medical facilities across the country.

“This week we began to make visors at our factory in Billund for healthcare workers on the frontline in Denmark,” wrote the company. “We are so incredibly proud of the team who made this happen. They worked around the clock to create designs and make moulds that can produce more than 13,000 visors a day. We are grateful to have such talented, dedicated and caring colleagues.”

—Jennifer Swartvagher

Featured photo: LEGO via Instagram


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