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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee's Department of Health and Human Services is now collecting all kinds of personal protective equipment for medical workers. 

The collection is taking place every day from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. at State Fair Park until further notice.

One woman brought supplies she had on hand after a recent shopping trip.

"My sister-in-law took me to Sam's Club and I always get extra stuff and so I was able to get some extra gloves and some extra hand sanitizer before the announcements went out that there was gonna be a problem," she said. 

If you have supplies to donate, please bring them to the Tommy Thompson Youth Center at State Fair Park. 

For a list of items being collected, click here



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Homer 6 days ago
Why hasn't Sam's Club donated all relevant products in all of their stores to healthcare workers in need?

Why is Sam's Club still profiting from these products? People are dying...
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