A sense of community continues to grow among the U.S.A. residents. This time the Amish groups of Ohio have joined the fight against the medical supplies shortage, offering help.
On April 9th The New York Times reported that the Amish residents are sending homemade medical supplies to the nearby hospitals. They use special medical grade fabrics and other suitable materials sewing surgical gowns, face masks and other protective items.
Almost 60 home seamstresses of the Ohio Amish community aim to create no less than 12,00 face masks alone.
Amish people are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, using sanitizers in their daily routine. They even allowed a general easing of their notoriously anti-technology stance.