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Published on April 28, 2020

North Hertfordshire College (NHC) has further ramped up its production of face visors to help protect local frontline workers in the NHS, care homes and other essential services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Using 3D printing machines at the College’s STEM Discovery Centre, NHC has provided over 400 face visors as well as disposable aprons and gloves to A&E departments, care homes, GP practices, funeral homes and hospices in Hertfordshire.

North Hertfordshire College is also opening up its Stevenage campus for Blood Donor clinics on Sunday 24th May and Friday the 29th May. For further information, click here.

Steve Francis, Head of Estates at North Hertfordshire College, who is leading the operation, said:

“At such a critical time, we want to do what we can to help within the capacity we have. If any front line services are in need of face visors, please get in touch with me directly at