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Restaurant owner donates 10,000 KN95 masks to Oakland Unified School District

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Restaurant owner donates 10,000 KN95 masks to Oakland Unified School District

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OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) – An Oakland restaurant owner donates KN95 masks to every high school student in the Oakland Unified School District.

Eugene Lee has purchased 10,000 masks which will be distributed to high schools in Oakland this week.

“The important part was getting them in your hands as soon as possible to help you during a particularly difficult time. You have the future in your hands,” Lee told district leaders.

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The district has also ordered 200,000 KN95 masks for all OUSD students.

Lee is opening a restaurant this Saturday on Fruitvale Avenue called Noodle Belly, which is part of his site called Korner Kitchen.

“The USDO thanks Euge Lee and her family for their support to the youth of Oakland! district leaders said in a Facebook post.

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