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A template for face shields

At the rapid onset and spread of this viral infection, Lithuanian health care institutions did not have enough protective equipment, whereas the acquisition of such protective gear became next to impossible. In response to the situation, the School of Robotics developed a 3D mask print template, which businesses and individuals used to print over fifty thousand face shields for health workers in a very short period of time. Paulius Briedis (VšĮ Robotikos mokykla) donated the template to the museum.