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Got masks or gloves to sell? Delaware wants an email

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Gov. Carney is searching for products and services to help with the state’s COVID-19 response. 

State officials are directing vendors who want to help to email the state’s central contracting team. 

Specifically, those with supplies to sell such as N95 masks, tyvek suits, nitrile gloves, sanitizing wipes and supplies for hand sanitizer are being asked to alert the state of their immediate availability. 

State officials say they received many vendor inquiries offering to sell goods or services following Gov. Carney’s emergency declaration — and are hoping to handle the inquiries promptly and efficiently. 

In a statement, Carney expressed thanks for the vendors who have already offered assistance and said the state needs everyone’s help in this effort. 


Email the state’s central contracting team at


Sophia Schmidt is a Delaware native. She comes to Delaware Public Media from NPR’s Weekend Edition in Washington, DC, where she produced arts, politics, science and culture interviews. She previously wrote about education and environment for The Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield, MA. She graduated from Williams College, where she studied environmental policy and biology, and covered environmental events and local renewable energy for the college paper.
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