WBUR Town Hall: Health Before Profits: Businesses Step Up During COVID-19

While some stores turn away customers who don’t have a mask, the Bellmont caffe’s solution is to give them one.
While some stores turn away customers who don’t have a mask, the Bellmont caffe’s solution is to give them one. –(Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

Some companies have put aside the bottom line to pitch in and meet the challenges caused by coronavirus. WBUR reporter Zeninjor Enwemeka talks with three business leaders from Wayfair, New Balance and Lovepop, which all pivoted production to start making masks, hospital beds and linens when they heard supplies were scarce.

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