A donation has been made to the Troy Fire Department and Police Department of new electrostatic backpack sanitation sprayers. The sprayers will be put into immediate daily use by both departments to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The donation is a gift from the combined forces of MVP Health Care, CDPHP, and Quick Response.
"We were looking around to see what our community needed in the mayhem," said MVP Vice President of Community Engagement Ellen Sax of the donation. "We partnered with CDPHP and Quick Response, who had these sprayers, and we thought wouldn't it be a good idea to have these sprayers for the first responders in Troy."
"We had teamed up a few times before," added CDPHP Public Relations Manager Natalia Burkart. "It all came together so quickly, and we're thrilled to be a part of it."
The fire department and police department each received one sprayer, fully equipped with all necessary parts and accessories.