Michigan’s “Mask Up, Mask Right” campaign offers free KN95 face coverings to residents

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MICHIGAN – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is distributing 3.5 million free KN95 masks as part of the state’s “Mask Up, Mask Right” campaign.

These masks will be distributed by community organizations across the state, including local MDHHS offices, Agency on Aging offices, and health departments.

KN95 masks are similar to but shouldn’t be confused with N95 masks worn by healthcare workers in higher-risk settings.

These free masks will also be available from Community Action Agencies and Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.

Residents can pick up a KN95 mask from partner sites around the state.

To find a distribution site near you, visit the “Mask Up, Mask Right” webpage or call the COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136.

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