The Masked Singer donates 10,000 medically-approved N95 masks to New York hospitals amid coronavirus

The Masked Singer donates 10,000 FDA -approved N95 masks to New York hospitals in need amid worldwide coronavirus crisis

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The Masked Singer is giving life-saving surgical masks to medical staff is need.

Judge Ken Jeong addressed fans via the show’s official social media on Wednesday, announcing the Fox production would be donating 10,000 FDA-approved N95 masks to New York hospitals.

‘They arrived in New York yesterday, and will be delivered to hospitals in dire need of equipment,’ the Hangover star/former physician revealed in the clip.  

Making a difference: The Masker Singer is donating 10k FDA-approved N95 masks to New York hospitals in need

‘On behalf of everybody on The Masked Singer, we are sending all of our love, thoughts, and best wishes to all effected by the coronavirus, a.k.a. COVID-19. Stay safe and healthy. Love you.’

The beloved celebrity singing competition has joined the likes of many other people in showbusiness giving back.

Dolly Parton announced she was donating $1million to at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee as they research a cure for the virus.

Message: Judge Ken Jeong addressed fans via the show’s official social media on Wednesday, revealing the supplies arrived in the city the day prior

Love and light: ‘On behalf of everybody on The Masked Singer, we are sending all of our love, thoughts, and best wishes to all effected by the coronavirus, a.k.a. COVID-19. Stay safe and healthy. Love you,’ Ken said on behalf of his fellow judges Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke

Research: Dolly Parton (above 2019) announced she was donating $1million to at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee as they research a cure for the virus

Kylie and Kris Jenner are doing their part to support medical staff by transforming their cosmetics facilities into a place to produce very necessary hand sanitizer.

According to a new report, the makeup mogul and her mom will be donating sanitizing gel to medical facilities, at a time when the antimicrobial gels are in short supply.

The 22-year-old’s companies Kylie Cosmetics and Kylie Skin will begin producing hand sanitizer for hospitals across southern California, according to TMZ.

Meanwhile, Kylie and sister Kim Kardashian have each pledged $1 million to coronavirus relief efforts.

Making an effort: Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian are both donating to the cause, seen together in February above

Charitable moves: Both Rihanna and Jay-Z have mobilized to fight the spreading coronavirus epidemic, each pledging $1million to support NYC and LA’s undocumented workers, children of healthcare workers and first responders, as well as the incarcerated, elderly and homeless populations affected by COVID-19

Both Rihanna and Jay-Z have mobilized efforts through their charaties.

On Tuesday, it was announced that Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation is matching a $1 million grant from Jay-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation, for a total of $2 million in aid to support both New York City’s and Los Angeles’s undocumented workers, children of healthcare workers and first responders, as well as the incarcerated, elderly and homeless populations affected by COVID-19.

Last week, Rihanna’s foundation had pledged a previous $5 million in grants to several on-the-ground partners working on the front lines of the pandemic response, geared to protecting vulnerable and marginalized communities in the United States, Caribbean and in Africa.  

Charitable couple Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively have also donated to those in need, pledging $4000k to NYC hospitals amid the pandemic. 

Giving: Last week  it was announced that Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation is matching a $1 million grant from Jay-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation, for a total of $2 million in aid; Riri seen last December in London

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