KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Though college campuses are closed, many are still helping health care professionals.

Pellissippi State is one of several Tennessee colleges using 3D printers to make personal protective equipment to help people caring for coronavirus patients.

So far, the college has prepared over 200 headbands that will go on face shields.

It's not just people who are typically in the 3D printing lab doing this. Security personnel are also doing their part.

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