New York Post salutes Robert Kraft with 'Thank You, Pats' front page

Semi truck on a Coronavirus 'Mask Mission' gets escort from troopers in four states

The New England Patriots and owner Robert Kraft accomplished an unprecedented mission to buy, donate, and deliver much needed N95 masks to hospitals in MA and NY this past week.

As of this writing, MA has logged 11,000 cases of COVID in the state.

The chartered Boeing 767 flight by the Kraft Group, the owner of New England Patriots football team, landed Thursday in Boston with the much-needed personal protective equipment purchased in Shenzhen, China, on board. The father-son duo's jet was permitted to use the tarmac for a few hours. He said the fortunate should make every effort to make a difference and help, especially with all the assets available at their disposal. In stepped a buddy, Jonathan Kraft, who's additionally the chairman of the board of Massachusetts General Hospital, to assist prepare for the crew aircraft to turn into a cargo service.

The plane landed at Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport early Wednesday morning and was loaded with 1.2 million N95 masks and landed with the order in MA on Thursday, reported a local NBC affiliate.

The New England Patriots' air recreation is healthier than ever.

Perhaps even more inspirational is that, in addition to MA benefitting, 300,000 masks were also picked up for delivery to NY. The Patriots owner paid $2 million for a shipment of about 1.7 million masks.

MA has a reported 7,700 coronavirus cases, with the death toll standing at 122.



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