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Entertainment ‘Pose’, ‘Chicago Med’ & ‘Chicago P.D.’ Join ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Station 19’, ‘Good Doctor’ & ‘New Amsterdam’ In Donating Supplies Amid Coronavirus Crisis – Update

10:45  22 march  2020
10:45  22 march  2020 Source:   deadline.com

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On the ABC front, Grey ' s Anatomy , spinoff Station 19 , and The Good Doctor are doing their bit to help medical professionals who are in an unimaginable crisis thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic that is "At Grey ’ s Anatomy , we have a back-stock of gowns and gloves which we are donating as well.

ABC’s Grey ’ s Anatomy , Station 19 and The Good Doctor are among the shows donating masks, gowns and gloves to medical workers and hospitals in need. The Good Doctor , which films in Vancouver, is working with its local provincial government to determine which medical supplies are

More television shows are donating their medical supplies to hospitals amid the coronavirus outbreak. In the latest gestures, FX’s Pose and NBC’s Chicago Med, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. made the donations.

Kim Raver, Greg Germann, Kevin McKidd, Jason Winston George, Freddie Highmore posing for the camera © ABC

“Today we donated all our prop supplies to Mount Sinai hospital to help nurses and doctors battling the Covid outbreak,” Pose co-creator Ryan Murphy wrote Saturday on Instagram.

The Chicago Tribune was among the first media outlets to report on the Chicago series donations.

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The Resident and Station 19 are also donating gowns, masks, and gloves to help medical They may not be real doctors , but they do have real medical supplies . In a timely example of reality being The donations have inspired other medical dramas like The Good Doctor , which is shooting in Vancouver

Among the medical dramas donating their masks, gloves, and other supplies are ABC's Grey ' s Anatomy and Station 19 , as well as The Good Doctor , The Resident, and New Amsterdam . As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow worldwide, it looks like television's most popular medical

ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19 and The Good Doctor are among the shows donating masks, gowns and gloves to medical workers and hospitals in need.

“At Station 19, we were lucky enough to have about 300 of the coveted N95 masks which we donated to our local fire station,” Krista Vernoff, executive producer of Grey’s Anatomy and Station 19, told Good Morning America in a statement. “They were tremendously grateful. At Grey’s Anatomy, we have a back-stock of gowns and gloves which we are donating as well. We are all overwhelmed with gratitude for our healthcare workers during this incredibly difficult time, and in addition to these donations, we are doing our part to help them by staying home.”

The Good Doctor, which films in Vancouver, is working with its local provincial government to determine which medical supplies are needed that the show is able to provide.

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Grey ' s Anatomy and spin-off show Station 19 have donated gloves Georgetown University joined the growing list of higher-learning institutions to cancel in-person classes. Grey ' s Anatomy and The Good Doctor donate supplies they use on the show to real hospitals amid the coronavirus crisis .

‘ Chicago Med ,’ ‘Fire’ and ‘ P . D .’ join other TV shows donating masks, other supplies used as props to hospitals for coronavirus treatment. Mar 21, 2020 | 11:57 AM. Their doctors may be fake, but it turns out hospital procedurals like “ Chicago Med ,” “The Resident” and “ Grey ’ s Anatomy ,” are awash

Early Friday morning, half a truck load of PPE, masks, gloves, gowns and face masks from the NBC medical drama New Amsterdam was delivered to the New York State Department of Health to help hospitals in need.

As previously reported, Fox medical drama The Resident donated personal protective equipment to Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital in the city where the series is filmed.

The lack of adequate medical supplies has become a crisis unto itself during the coronavirus pandemic. Despite efforts to increase testing capacity in the U.S., some tests have not been to be conducted because of needed supplies, such as swabs and protective gear, for medical workers performing the tests.

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