By Michael G. Stogner
The veterans’ advocacy group will be giving it all away to qualified groups on January 25 by appointment only. That’s 9 days from now.
Dan Noyes Investigative Reporter for ABC 7 reported on Thursday January 13, 2022 that $10M of PPE was moved outside of a secure location at the San Mateo County Convention Center. The reason given for the move was to use that space for a really cool convention held in September. They NEVER moved the PPE back inside it remained outside for more than 3 months. But here is what San Mateo County Manager Mike Callagy did do right after Dan Noyes report went public, He gave away the $10M of PPE, to the Wine County Marines. WHY so FAST? and WHY them?
Think about that, most Residents of San Mateo County didn’t know anything about Dan Noyes’s report 3 days ago. James Brown sure did, Mike Callagy sure did.
What date and time did County Manager Mike Callagy give the $10M PPE away?
Stop the Give Away TODAY.
- James Brown
- 3 days ago
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Large Donation of PPE
Updated: a day ago
The Wine Country Marines are excited to announce a partnership with the San Mateo County Department of Emergency Management. Specifically, the County DEM has graciously donated to the Wine Country Marines a very large supply of excess inventory of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) that they were provided by FEMA, to be shared with the community at large.
Wine Country Marines will distribute these to organizations in need on January 25th. Appointment required.
This generous donation consists of surgical gowns that conform to YY/T0506.2-2016 industry standards, head to toe isolation gowns with anti-static properties, vented goggles, face shields also with anti-static properties, 1 gallon bottles of bleech, commercial mop buckets, and mop handles.
The isolation gowns are great for any organization or non-profit that serves at risk community members such as homeless, ill, or others such as patients receiving booster or vaccination shots or applying for benefits or services.
The surgical gowns are great for any organization or non-profit that performs medical services where bodily fluids are collected or exposed.
The goggles provide complete protection of the eye, and are vented to prevent fogging.
The mops, mop buckets and bleech require no explanation, but are shown in the photos below for reference.