Few knew there would be a quarantine and the idea of mask mandates was a foreign concept in the U.S., but Feb. 7 is a date firmly cemented in Corey Deutsch’s memory.
He recalls reading a news article discussing a Texas mask manufacturer facing a massive supply/demand imbalance for the first time in its multi-decade lifetime.
Knowing that the coronavirus had spread from China to the broader Asian continent to Europe in short order, he remembers turning to his brother and saying, “This thing is coming to the U.S. and . . .
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