PCCJR Member, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Collaborates on Lifesaving Invention

Among stories of hope, generosity and togetherness, the COVID-19 pandemic has also given rise to an incredible feat of ingenuity. A collaboration between PCCJR member St. Luke’s and Lehigh University led to the invention of the “Bug Zapper” to sterilize masks. Using a UV-C light, the team developed a high-throughput sterilization system to decontaminate 200 masks every 8 minutes.
Read more about the creativity and collaboration that responded to the desperate need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for our hospitals and other front-line organizations.
Continue to check in on PCCJR’s Facebook and Twitter accounts for other good work that is being done by Pennsylvania companies and PCCJR members in response to COVID-19.

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