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Pinellas County is operating 2 drop-off sites to receive specific donations from businesses and individuals. Staff and volunteers will retrieve items from vehicles to maximize social distancing.
Please drop off donations from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the following locations: • Walsingham Park, 12615 102nd Ave., Seminole, 33778?• Tropicana Field, Lot 4, 198 17th St. S., St. Petersburg, 33705 The Tropicana Field and Walsingham Park sites will continue operating through Saturday, April 4. These sites will also accept nonperishable food donations. Personal protection equipment (PPE) items requested:• Surgical face masks (note: we cannot accept homemade face masks at this time)• P100 masks• N95 masks• Face shields• Nitrile exam gloves, powder free• 5 and 7 mil nitrile gloves• Eye protection - safety glasses• Surgical tear away gowns• Safety eye goggles Disinfectants requested: • Hand sanitizer (any size) 60% Alcohol• 91% isopropyl alcohol• Clorox wipes• Lysol disinfectant spray• Sani-cloth wipes• 3% hydrogen peroxideMedical devices requested (new and unused only, please): • Ventilators - Hospital, Transport, Home Use - Invasive positive pressure ventilators that can be utilized for intubated patients• CPAP - Hospital, Disposable, Home Sleep Apnea• BiPAP/BiLevel - Hospital, Disposable, Home Sleep Apnea• High Flow Nasal Cannula Set-ups Only the above items will be accepted. Citizens and businesses can help our local food banks by taking non-perishable food items to the Tropicana Field and Walsingham sites through the end of this week.Pinellas County is soliciting the help of the business community directly. For up-to-date information on opportunities for business donations, visit www.pced.org/donate. For questions, please call the Citizen Information Center at (727) 464-4333 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.