In an effort to further develop contingencies for ongoing and additional supply chain disruptions, Johnson County is assisting individuals, businesses and organizations in establishing their own 90-day PPE reserve.
Johnson County is in the final stages of administering a PPE program designed to bolster Johnson Countians’ ability to weather supply chain disruptions like those experienced over the past year.
“Now is the time for people to be thinking about how they can prepare for impacts of future disasters, said Dan Robeson, deputy director of Emergency Management. “We are hoping everyone in Johnson County will take advantage of this program to help establish their own supply reserve, which they can manage into the future”.
Supplies being made available include face masks, disinfectant wipes, face shields, gowns (disposable and reusable), surface disinfectant spray, hand sanitizer bottles and hand sanitizer refills. N95 respirators are also being made available to public safety and health and medical providers. The last day to request PPE will be Friday, June 11, with the final pick-up day being the following Friday, June, 18. Individuals, businesses and organizations can request PPE at the following website: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/90dayreserve.