FitEar Uses Production Facilities to Manufacture Face Shields

With the pandemic shutting down live concerts and creating global PPE shortfalls, FitEar switches gear.

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May 15, 2020

Live concerts have been stopped in Japan since mid-February, and FitEar knows that it will be a long time before things get back to normal. So they are currently using their production facilities to produce face shields for medical professionals.

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