As our way of life continues to change, one thing remains constant: the bravery of those on the front lines. In these times of social distancing, it's vital we come together to help these heroes get the PPE they need to stay protected.
To meet the growing need for critical protection and supplies in the fight against COVID-19, we’re increasing capacity of Tyvek® protective fabric and working with our partners to get it to the front lines quickly. Additionally, we will be donating Tyvek® protective garments to the first responders and healthcare workers that need them most. Because during these uncertain times, our commitment to their safety will remain constant. Read the press release here.
Tyvek® fabric for COVID-19
To meet the growing demand for gowns and coveralls, we have developed a limited run protective fabric specifically for the COVID-19 pandemic. To expedite the distribution, we are providing manufacturers with complimentary garment patterns and virtual support.
May 19, 2020
One-time competitors DuPont and Merrow engaged in a strategic partnership, moving hundreds of thousands of yards of Tyvek® material to Massachusetts, where Merrow began producing isolation gowns at scale only one week after quarantine was ordered.
May 19, 2020
The Gerber PPE Task Force is helping manufacturers switch to production of personal protective equipment made with #TyvekTogether material.
Supporting our heroes is our priority
In addition to increasing the production of Tyvek® fabric, we are donating 57,000+ Tyvek® 400 hooded coveralls to the areas most impacted by COVID-19.
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DuPont Safety and PPE COVID-19 FAQ (rev. 3/26)
We're all in this together.
In these unprecedented times of social distancing, DuPont is providing new ways to come together in the fight against COVID-19.
April 8, 2020 | CNBC
DuPont in collaboration with FedEx and the Department of Health and Human Services is airlifting PPE supplies for front-line health-care workers. CNBC’s Seema Mody reports.
DuPont is expediting production and delivery of a product critical to protecting U.S. doctors and nurses during the coronavirus pandemic: Tyvek hazmat suits, which offer medical personnel the best protection from contracting the virus themselves.
Photo: Lindsey Wasson / Reuters
March 12, 2020 | Richmond Times Dispatch
While health care workers worldwide respond to the coronavirus outbreak, hundreds of employees at DuPont’s Spruance manufacturing plant in Chesterfield County are working to ramp up production of a material that helps shield those front-line fighters from the virus.
Photo: Daniel Sangjib MIN/RTD
CNBC's Seema Mody reports that American manufacturer DuPont is ramping up production to meet demand for protective coverings for health care workers.
May 21, 2020To support the in-hospital decontamination process, DuPont also recognized the need to expedite supply of Tyvek® pouches for these applications. In support of these decontamination technologies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued several Emergency Use Authorizations (EUA) to companies such as Advanced Sterilization Products (ASP), STERIS, Battelle, Sterilucent and Stryker.
Updated: May 20As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, we're working tirelessly to deliver solutions that will help with the control & prevention of this global pandemic, while keeping our employees safe. Find more information and resources on DuPont's response here.
May 19, 2020DuPont Personal Protection today announced that face coverings made with DuPont™ Nomex® may be used along with (FR) garments, such as those made of Nomex®, in response to the protection needs of COVID-19.
April 8, 2020DuPont has partnered with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and FedEx to provide expedited shipping of Tyvek® garments critical to COVID-19 relief efforts.
April 7, 2020At a time of great need, DuPont scientists, engineers, and countless employees from across our businesses are working together in new ways to deliver solutions to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some of our stories.
April 6, 2020The first masks featuring the filter technology are being used as part of a project to supply masks to Minnesota’s M Health Fairview network