'Grey's Anatomy' Is Donating Their Medical Supplies To Hospitals To Help Fight Coronavirus

In a feel-good story amidst the chaos of coronavirus, many TV medical drama's are donating their masks, as well as other medical supplies, to hospitals in need.

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As you have probably heard by now, hospitals around the world are running low on essential supplies needed to keep medical professionals protected from coronavirus.

Masks, surgical gloves, and gowns are all in high demand.

In an effort to relieve some of the need, Fox's medical drama "The Resident" donated boxes of the production's masks, gloves, and gowns to an Atlanta hospital!

What an awesome gesture!

Other medical shows are set to follow in their footsteps!

ABC's The Good Doctor plans on donating its supplies to hospitals in Vancouver and Grey's Anatomy spin-off Station 19 has already donated some of their N95 masks to the City of Ontario Fire Department!

And now, most recently, "Grey's Anatomy" has joined the efforts.


Executive producer Krista Vernoff told Good Morning America that the show donated 300 N95 masks, as well as a back-stock of gowns and gloves.

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