Six members of the Yale Drama School costume shop staff have spent the past three weeks making some 400 cloth masks for donation to Connecticut Hospice.
“There had been so many conflicting messages about whether it would be a help to make masks,” mask-maker Pat Van Horn says. “To have Connecticut Hospice ask for them empowered me. I thought, ‘Okay, I know we are doing this for a reason.’ They will be used.”
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