At the beginning of the pandemic personal protective equipment was in short supply and while things have largely improved there’s still a need out there.

“For health care workers who are fit tested we aren’t always able to find a specific N95 mask that they have been qualified and fit-tested for so then we find ourselves having to do the fit testing again,” Nichelle Mullins, CEO of Charter Oak Health Center, said.

It’s still not easy to find certain PPE– and Mullins knows first hand.

Read Christine Stuart’s full report at NBC Connecticut