Bethenny Frankel is offering words of encouragement while doing an incredible deed.
The Real Housewives of New York alum is set to deliver a million masks to medical professionals amid a countrywide shortage of supplies.
“Every time there’s a disaster I really hear from my social media followers. They’re all over the world, and they let me know what’s going on quicker than the news for me sometimes. So a couple of people were talking about the masks,” she told Radio.com
The masks will be available within the next few days.
“I get over a thousand messages a day with people from all over the country – every hospital, every clinic, everyone in a panic and with no supplies. We decided to take all of the messages into a grid from all of the smaller hospitals from Sarasota to Saratoga to Philadelphia to New Jersey to Staten Island to all over the country, and keep them in a grid so that we have masks in major orders of thousands allocated to certain hospitals. We don’t have red tape and we move very quickly,” she added.
She also opened up about how she’s handling it personally.
“I think this is a global reset. It’s terrible and so sad, but everybody that I know feels like there’s a shift, and that they’re experiencing something, and that something is happening personally for them. The most important thing for people to do is to stay calm, cool, and collected and be a person that is good in a crisis.”
“I’m grateful that I have a good support system. I’m grateful that I have a place to be. I’m grateful that I have a mission and a way to help and help be a part of a change in the world,” she added.
She also supplied one key tip that keeps her sane: “For one hour a day, I stop myself and force myself to do yoga.”
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