A machine makes respiratory masks in a family-owned medical equipment factory in north Miami, Florida on February 15, 2021. - A Florida company that saw an opportunity in the N95 mask shortage when the coronavirus pandemic began last year now has 30 million unsold masks because it can't find buyers in the United States. DemeTech, a Miami-based factory, blames lower prices from China, while a wholesale buyer thinks instead that the problem is that US buyers are wary of new manufacturers. (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA / AFP) (Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images)+

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